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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. Where does Hans "play king" and muse over his recent experiences?
(a) In a little alpine meadow.
(b) In the dining hall.
(c) In his room.
(d) He does not "play king".
2. What are Hans and Settembrini doing when they fall into an open argument?
(a) Watching Joachim leave.
(b) There is no argument.
(c) Waiting for the Sunday mail.
(d) Discussing Clavdia.
3. What does Hans accuse Settembrini of offering?
(b) False friendship.
(d) Hypocritical advice.
4. Where does Peeperkorn host an excursion to in May?
(c) Fluela Valley.
5. Who does Hans ask to explain the biochemical processes behind sweating and blushing?
(a) Dr. Krokowski.
(d) Dr. Behrens.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who is getting worse but leaves the Berghof without authorization anyway because they cannot stand it anymore?
2. Who will not acknowledge Hans, despite his best efforts?
3. Who does Settembrini compare Clavdia to in Chapter 5?
4. Who is a Freemason?
5. What question does Hans try to find the answer to in Chapter 5?
Short Essay Questions
1. Who is Naphta, what does he look like, and how do Hans and Joachim meet him?
2. In Chapter 6, what occurs with Hans' letters home, and what does he write about?
3. What happens at the Berghof as spring approaches?
4. What do Hans and Settembrini argue about that causes Hans to accuse Settembrini of offering hypocritical advice?
5. Why is Hans summoned the day after an excursion to a famous waterfall in the nearby Fluela Valley?
6. How do Joachim's letters to Hans change, and what eventually occurs?
7. Describe Naphta's apartment.
8. Due to his studies, what does Hans frequently refer to in conversation, and how does Joachim respond?
9. What happens when Joachim and Hans encounter Dr. Behrens on a mountain path in October, and why does Hans react this way?
10. What does Hans become aware of in Chapter 5, and what do the other patients learn about Hans?
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