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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. What does Clavdia threaten to do when Hans praises her arms?
(a) Cry herself to sleep.
(b) Marry Peeperkorn.
(c) Kill herself.
2. Who praises scientific knowledge and truth?
3. Who will not acknowledge Hans, despite his best efforts?
4. What does Peeperkorn tell Hans that he takes for his ailments?
(b) Tropical medicines.
5. What does Joachim think Hans has picked up while lying on his balcony?
(a) Too many grand ideas.
(b) A new blanket.
(c) An infection in his lungs.
(d) Clavdia as a partner.
Short Answer Questions
1. Where do Hans and Joachim meet Dr. Behrens later in October?
2. What is Peeperkorn recovering from when Hans visits him?
3. When Settembrini greets Hans after weeks of silence, what does he ask if Hans liked?
4. What does Hans do when he realizes that Settembrini does not want him to see Naphta again?
5. What image does Hans fall asleep to while sitting on his balcony?
Short Essay Questions
1. Who is Naphta, what does he look like, and how do Hans and Joachim meet him?
2. What do Joachim and Hans discuss on their way back to the Berghof after leaving Settembrini and Naphta?
3. Due to his studies, what does Hans frequently refer to in conversation, and how does Joachim respond?
4. As winter arrives, what does Hans study, and why?
5. Why is Hans summoned the day after an excursion to a famous waterfall in the nearby Fluela Valley?
6. What do Hans and Clavdia discuss in the salon in Chapter 7?
7. When Hans and Joachim join Settembrini in his apartment, what does Settembrini say about Naphta?
8. How do Joachim's letters to Hans change, and what eventually occurs?
9. What do Settembrini and Naphta argue about in Naphta's apartment, and what does each man say?
10. What do Hans and Peeperkorn say about Clavdia during their conversation in early spring?
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