1. The Introduction to My Journey to Lhasa provided the background for which of David-Neel's historic treks into remote Asia?
(a) Her 5th trek.
(b) Her 6th trek.
(c) Her 3rd trek.
(d) Her 4th trek.
2. David-Neel noted she was "a tiny precious child of" what city?
3. What was it David-Neel's trip to Lhasa came about as a result of?
(a) "Dangerous but favorable events."
(b) "Certain peculiar circumstances."
(c) "A series of fortunate situations."
(d) "Certain favorable conditions."
4. David-Neel had a stirring drive to travel and sought out what?
(a) Remote places where she could meet natives of the area.
(b) Distant places to apply her Oriental history expertise.
(c) Isolated places to be completely alone.
(d) Far off places that had never previously been explored.
5. What did David-Neel study as a young woman?
(a) Oriental philosophy and comparative religion.
(b) Asian history and comparative religion.
(c) Oriental history and Buddhism.
(d) Middle Eastern philosophy and comparative religion.
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