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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 Hans do when Joachim's corpse begins to smile inside the coffin?
(a) Begins to cry.
(c) Has nightmares repeatedly.
(d) Hastily closes the coffin.
2. What is Hans particularly interested in seeing at Dr. Behrens' apartments?
(a) Clavdia's medical records.
(b) His medical records.
(c) His self-portrait.
(d) A portrait of Clavdia.
3. Who praises scientific knowledge and truth?
4. Who claims that classicism furthers the human enterprise?
5. What does Joachim deride about Naphta?
(a) His inappropriate comments.
(b) His Jewish appearance.
(c) His pathological lying.
Short Answer Questions
1. Where does Clavdia say that morality is to be found?
2. What do Hans and Joachim promise before leaving Settembrini and Naphta?
3. What does Settembrini explain that his companion used to teach at a nearby prep school?
4. Who does Hans begin being analyzed by in Chapter 6?
5. What does Settembrini criticize about the medieval tortures?
Short Essay Questions
1. Who is Naphta, what does he look like, and how do Hans and Joachim meet him?
2. How does Hans react when Clavdia returns to the Berghof in Chapter 7, and why?
3. Describe Hans' interactions with Clavdia on Walpurgis Night.
4. Describe Joachim's death and the illness leading to it.
5. What role does the "military life" play in the conversation between Hans, Joachim, Settembrini and Naphta in Chapter 6?
6. Describe Peeperkorn's group outings and Settembrini's opinion of Hans' relationship with Peeperkorn.
7. When Hans and Joachim join Settembrini in his apartment, what does Settembrini say about Naphta?
8. What do Hans and Clavdia discuss in the salon in Chapter 7?
9. What do Hans and Settembrini argue about that causes Hans to accuse Settembrini of offering hypocritical advice?
10. In Chapter 6, what occurs with Hans' letters home, and what does he write about?
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