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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapter VII.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. While David-Neel was a guest of the lama, the instability within Tibet had driven out which nation?
2. The day after David-Neel and Yongden camped following their descent from the ridge marker, how did the terrain affect their trek?
(a) It was sandy, and its slope greatly hindered them.
(b) It was rocky, and its slope greatly impeded them.
(c) It was neither hard nor sandy, but its slope slowed them.
(d) It was neither hard nor sandy, and its slope aided them.
3. How were these roads across Po described to David-Neel and Yongden?
(a) Two were well-traveled, the other unmapped.
(b) Three were well-traveled, the other unmapped.
(c) One was well-traveled, the other unmapped.
(d) Four were well-traveled, the other unmapped.
4. Part of David-Neel's hair was still darkened with black ink when she took off her cap at the palace, and she had false black braids made from what animal?
(a) A yak.
(b) A sheep.
(c) A goat.
(d) A dog.
5. David-Neel and Yongden had stopped where to eat one day when a wealthy woman traveling by horse also stopped and questioned them?
(a) In a cave near the path.
(b) Under a tree near the path.
(c) By a stream near the path.
(d) By a pond near the path.
Short Answer Questions
1. Yongden was stopped by a pilgrim group who sought his aid for which of their members whose legs they believed hurt due to a demon?
2. David-Neel and Yongden hiked in descent from the marker they found until what time when they located a flat place to camp at?
3. In Chapter III, David-Neel and Yongden moved along their journey, at times briefly having dropped their beggar disguises and doing what?
4. Yongden and David-Neel arranged to travel in Tibet disguised as what type of pilgrims?
5. David-Neel described a stew prepared from what that she found disgusting but had to eat a bit of to avoid suspicion?
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