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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. What were the living arrangements in the small home where David-Neel rented a room while in Lhasa?
(a) The owner rented all three rooms.
(b) The owner lived in two rooms and rented one.
(c) The owner lived in two rooms and rented two.
(d) The owner lived in one room and rented two.
2. David-Neel briefly related how many Lhasa religious leaders endured persecution by the Tibetan government over which nationality?
3. What temple was the second most important place David-Neel wished to visit, as there she could view a statue of the Buddha that reportedly was from India?
(a) The Kagyu.
(b) The JTo Khang.
(c) The Jo Sakya.
(d) The Nyingma.
4. On the evening David-Neel and Yongden had returned to their shelter near the fence, she checked her calendar and discovered it was what date?
(a) January 1.
(b) December 24.
(c) December 31.
(d) December 25.
5. On the night David-Neel had returned to their shelter near the fence, she awoke and imagined she heard what?
(c) Musical instruments.
(d) Fog horns.
Short Answer Questions
1. On the third day after Yongden incurred his injury, he and David-Neel slowly limped how long before they realize they had gone the wrong way?
2. How did David-Neel refer to the boarding husband whose assisting wife was injured?
3. 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?
4. What did a stranger attempt to bargain for when he saw David-Neel and Yongden's open packs as they ate breakfast one morning?
5. The day after David-Neel and Yongden camped following their descent from the ridge marker, how did the terrain affect their trek?
Short Essay Questions
1. At the end of Chapter VI, which two women did David-Neel describe she met near the Kha Karpo?
2. How did David-Neel describe a typical bridge found in remote regions of Tibet?
3. How did David-Neel describe Tibetan beds?
4. How did David-Neel depict the temperature as she and Yongden embarked at the beginning of Chapter V?
5. How was it David-Neel initially described the palace in Lhasa?
6. As she was unable to return before dark, how did David-Neel find the cave Yongden had remained in after is injury?
7. David-Neel was unable to find anyone to aid Yongden after his injury, but she managed to return with what?
8. Why did David-Neel describe it as "a happy inspiration" when she chose the start of the year for her stay in Lhasa?
9. Why was it a cowman and his wife sought Yongden to perform rites for their dead son?
10. In Chapter VI, why did Yongden stay for a long time inside a monastery while David-Neel remained outside?
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