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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. How are Naphta's rooms decorated?
(a) Poorly due to his destitution.
(b) Naphta's rooms are never described.
(c) Lavishly with red and purple silk brocade.
(d) In black and white decor.
2. What does Joachim deride about Naphta?
(a) His Jewish appearance.
(b) His pathological lying.
(d) His inappropriate comments.
3. Who praises scientific knowledge and truth?
4. At the beginning of Chapter 7, who indulges in a long reflection on time?
(c) The narrator.
5. What is Hans surprised to learn about Naphta while he is in Settembrini's garret?
(a) That Naphta is a Jesuit.
(b) That Naphta is a homosexual.
(c) That Naphta has a relationship with Clavdia.
(d) That Naphta is dying.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who is a Freemason?
2. What does Settembrini criticize about the medieval tortures?
3. What causes the tensions and rivalries amongst Hans' group of friends?
4. How does Clavdia feel about the fact that Peeperkorn loves her?
5. What does Settembrini reveal that he belongs to?
Short Essay Questions
1. As winter arrives, what does Hans study, and why?
2. Describe Hans' interactions with Clavdia on Walpurgis Night.
3. Describe Joachim's death and the illness leading to it.
4. Describe Peeperkorn's group outings and Settembrini's opinion of Hans' relationship with Peeperkorn.
5. What do Hans and Clavdia discuss in the salon in Chapter 7?
6. In Chapter 6, what occurs with Hans' letters home, and what does he write about?
7. How do Joachim's letters to Hans change, and what eventually occurs?
8. Due to his studies, what does Hans frequently refer to in conversation, and how does Joachim respond?
9. What role does the "military life" play in the conversation between Hans, Joachim, Settembrini and Naphta in Chapter 6?
10. What do Hans and Peeperkorn say about Clavdia during their conversation in early spring?
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