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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. David-Neel was delighted to be taken as a native, even when a policeman took what action when she tried to enter an area that was off limits to peasants?
(a) He cited her.
(b) He struck her.
(c) He ejected her.
(d) He scolded her.
2. After David-Neel and Yongden slept the rest of the day and night out of the snow, Yongden hurt himself how the next day?
(a) He sprained his knee.
(b) He sprained his toes.
(c) He sprained his ankle.
(d) He broke his hip.
3. David-Neel briefly related how many Lhasa religious leaders endured persecution by the Tibetan government over which nationality?
4. David-Neel and Yongden had a narrow escape when he was stopped by armed robbers on the path ahead of her when they took how many rupes and began to open his pack?
5. What did a stranger attempt to bargain for when he saw David-Neel and Yongden's open packs as they ate breakfast one morning?
(a) Her small compass.
(b) Her wo tea cups.
(c) Her folding knife.
(d) Her two common spoons.
Short Answer Questions
1. In the last village David-Neel and Yongden came upon in Chapter V, how did the villagers respond as they passed through?
2. David-Neel and Yongden eventually reached what type of marker placed at summits and passes to identify the path?
3. With a flat place to camp below the ridge marker and the range, why did David-Neel and Yonggden find it essential to build a fire?
4. While Yongden's injury was not severe, why were he an David-Neel in a difficult situation beyond her inability to carry him far?
5. On the night David-Neel had returned to their shelter near the fence, she awoke and imagined she heard what?
Short Essay Questions
1. David-Neel was unable to find anyone to aid Yongden after his injury, but she managed to return with what?
2. How did David-Neel depict the manner in which she and Yongden crossed the last river that separated them from Lhasa?
3. As she waited for Yongden outside a monastery, David-Neel took up the offer of a passing woman she met to spend the night at her home and was later particularly impressed for what reason?
4. As she was unable to return before dark, how did David-Neel find the cave Yongden had remained in after is injury?
5. In Chapter VI, why did Yongden stay for a long time inside a monastery while David-Neel remained outside?
6. In Chapter IV, how did David-Neel describe a river that she and Yongden had to cross, but had missed a bridge over it earlier?
7. Given her hesitance due to its possible origin, how did David-Neel accept a piece of bread offered to her at the start of Chapter VI?
8. Why was it David-Neel went to the rescue of a dog?
9. How was it David-Neel initially described the palace in Lhasa?
10. How did their encounter go with the first individuals David-Neel and Yongden came upon after they crossed the pass and Yongden had sustained his injury?
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