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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Who feels like he has been at the Berghof for an eternity?
2. What preoccupies Hans during Dr. Krokowski's lecture?
(a) Clavdia's arms in gauzy sleeves.
(c) His nausea.
(d) Joachim motioning for him.
3. What does Hans do for days and weeks after hearing the sounds from the room next door?
(b) There are no sounds.
(c) Avoid his neighbor.
(d) Consider leaving the Berghof.
4. Who does Hans mention when Settembrini complains about his ignorant tablemates?
(a) Dr. Behrens.
(b) Frau Stohr.
(c) Clavdia Chauchat.
5. What does Hans do on his first full day at the Berghof?
(a) Decide to return home.
(b) Read a book.
(c) Write to his parents.
(d) Look out from his room.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who thinks that music can perform the reasonable function of measuring time?
2. Who raises Hans for a year and a half after his parents' deaths?
3. Who expresses satisfaction that Hans has come to the Berghof?
4. Who does Settembrini say music is especially dangerous for?
5. Who visits Hans in Chapter 5 as Hans daydreams about Clavdia?
Short Essay Questions
1. What happens at the Berghof as spring approaches?
2. Who is Naphta, what does he look like, and how do Hans and Joachim meet him?
3. Who is Hans Castorp, where is he at the beginning of Chapter 1, and how does it make him feel?
4. Describe Peeperkorn's group outings and Settembrini's opinion of Hans' relationship with Peeperkorn.
5. Who do Hans and Joachim encounter during their walk, and what does he say?
6. How does Hans react when Clavdia returns to the Berghof in Chapter 7, and why?
7. What does Settembrini say about music in relation to Hans?
8. What do Hans and Clavdia discuss in the salon in Chapter 7?
9. What do Hans and Peeperkorn say about Clavdia during their conversation in early spring?
10. Due to his studies, what does Hans frequently refer to in conversation, and how does Joachim respond?
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