1. The Introduction to My Journey to Lhasa provided the background for which of David-Neel's historic treks into remote Asia?
Her 5th 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?
"Certain peculiar circumstances."
4. David-Neel had a stirring drive to travel and sought out what?
Isolated places to be completely alone.
5. What did David-Neel study as a young woman?
Oriental philosophy and comparative religion.
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