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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 is Hans surprised to learn about Naphta while he is in Settembrini's garret?
(a) That Naphta has a relationship with Clavdia.
(b) That Naphta is dying.
(c) That Naphta is a Jesuit.
(d) That Naphta is a homosexual.
2. Who does Naphta mock as a champion of progressive idealism and utopian notions?
3. What is Hans particularly interested in seeing at Dr. Behrens' apartments?
(a) Clavdia's medical records.
(b) His medical records.
(c) A portrait of Clavdia.
(d) His self-portrait.
4. When does Settembrini appear in Chapter 6?
(b) Before Hans arrives.
(c) As Hans is leaving.
(d) Before tea begins.
5. What does Hans ask Clavdia for when he finally approaches her in Chapter 5?
(a) A piece of paper.
(b) A kiss.
(c) A pencil.
(d) A blindfold.
Short Answer Questions
1. Where does Clavdia say that morality is to be found?
2. What does Naphta say is the instrument of the Kingdom of God?
3. What does Peeperkorn propose to Hans in Chapter 7 shortly after Clavdia introduces them?
4. What does Joachim deride about Naphta?
5. What does Settembrini reveal that he belongs to?
Short Essay Questions
1. What do Joachim and Hans discuss on their way back to the Berghof after leaving Settembrini and Naphta?
2. Describe Hans' interactions with Clavdia on Walpurgis Night.
3. Describe Joachim's death and the illness leading to it.
4. Who is Naphta, what does he look like, and how do Hans and Joachim meet him?
5. As winter arrives, what does Hans study, and why?
6. When Hans and Joachim join Settembrini in his apartment, what does Settembrini say about Naphta?
7. Due to his studies, what does Hans frequently refer to in conversation, and how does Joachim respond?
8. Describe Naphta's apartment.
9. What happens at the Berghof as spring approaches?
10. What happens when Joachim and Hans encounter Dr. Behrens on a mountain path in October, and why does Hans react this way?
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