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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 Settembrini criticize about the medieval tortures?
(a) Its treatment of women.
(b) Its tortures.
(d) The royalty.
2. What does Hans ask Clavdia for when he finally approaches her in Chapter 5?
(a) A pencil.
(b) A blindfold.
(c) A kiss.
(d) A piece of paper.
3. Who claims that classicism furthers the human enterprise?
4. Why is Dr. Behrens happy that Joachim's heart is giving out?
(a) Because he hates Joachim.
(b) Because Hans will not witness Joachim's death.
(c) Because Joachim is avoiding unpleasant complications and will have a swift passing.
(d) Because Joachim's death will be more painful.
5. Who do Settembrini and Naphta argue about first as Joachim and Hans visit Naphta's rooms?
Short Answer Questions
1. What do the patients having affairs use to visit one another?
2. Where does Hans "play king" and muse over his recent experiences?
3. What does Hans do when Joachim's corpse begins to smile inside the coffin?
4. Why do Settembrini and Naphta resent Peeperkorn?
5. What does Settembrini explain about his and Naphta's arguments?
Short Essay Questions
1. Due to his studies, what does Hans frequently refer to in conversation, and how does Joachim respond?
2. How does Hans insult Settembrini on Walpurgis Night?
3. How does Hans react when Clavdia returns to the Berghof in Chapter 7, and why?
4. What happens at the Berghof as spring approaches?
5. What happens when Joachim and Hans encounter Dr. Behrens on a mountain path in October, and why does Hans react this way?
6. Describe Naphta's apartment.
7. Describe Hans' interactions with Clavdia on Walpurgis Night.
8. What does Hans become aware of in Chapter 5, and what do the other patients learn about Hans?
9. What does Settembrini tell Hans that he plans to do in Chapter 6, and why?
10. Describe Peeperkorn's group outings and Settembrini's opinion of Hans' relationship with Peeperkorn.
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