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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapter II.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Yongden told David-Neel he thought the well-dressed man saw she was a lama and so saluted her, but she began to wonder what?
(a) If he had not become suspicious after he thought about it.
(b) If he had not recognized her from a previous trip.
(c) If he had not recognized her as a Westerner.
(d) If he might not report his suspicions to local authorities.
2. Yongden only intended to give the pilgrim's legs some rest, but those accompanying the pilgrim faithfully believed what?
(a) The ritual might ease the discomfort.
(b) The ritual might remedy a malady.
(c) The ritual would remove the demon.
(d) The ritual would cure an ailment.
3. What did David-Neel study as a young woman?
(a) Middle Eastern philosophy and comparative religion.
(b) Asian history and comparative religion.
(c) Oriental history and Buddhism.
(d) Oriental philosophy and comparative religion.
4. Once at the shrine, the pilgrims were instructed by Yongden to remain for how long, walking around it daily as they recited prayers?
(a) Five days.
(b) Three days.
(c) Four days.
(d) Two days.
5. As a lama might, what did David-Neel do before this well-dressed man who greeted her and moved on without a word?
(a) She laid her hand on his right shoulder.
(b) She laid her hand on his arm.
(c) She laid her hand on his head.
(d) She laid her hand on his left shoulder.
Short Answer Questions
1. How was it David-Neel managed to meet the Dalai Lama?
2. The Introduction to My Journey to Lhasa provided the background for which of David-Neel's historic treks into remote Asia?
3. David-Neel and Yongden were unable to travel at night when they came into more inhabited country for what reason?
4. As Chapter II ended, how did David-Neel salute an official after he gave Yongden a coin when she begged for alms?
5. In 1910, the Dalai Lama was in exile in what location?
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