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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. How was it David-Neel found the palace on the hill in Lhasa to appear from the exterior beyond enormous?
(a) Colorfully decorated for the New Year.
(b) Artistically painted.
(c) Having many Buddha statues and prayer flags.
(d) Somewhat crude and plain.

2. The strange lama apparently recalled David-Neel from a previous time in Tibet, but as she did not recognize him she calmly conversed with him how long and was confident he would not report her?
(a) Until sunrise.
(b) Late into the night.
(c) A couple hours.
(d) About an hour.

3. How were these roads across Po described to David-Neel and Yongden?
(a) Four were well-traveled, the other unmapped.
(b) Two were well-traveled, the other unmapped.
(c) One was well-traveled, the other unmapped.
(d) Three were well-traveled, the other unmapped.

4. As they hiked toward the mountain top but could not see the pass, David-Neel and Yongden made what decision?
(a) To descend eastward.
(b) To turn westward.
(c) To ascend eastward.
(d) To go straight ahead.

5. How were the large drums played in the final procession the author described?
(a) One was pulled in a ceremonial cart as a man
(b) Two were tied on either side of a camel as a man riding beat them.
(c) One was carried on a man's back as another beat it from behind.
(d) Two were tied on either side of an elephant as a man riding beat them.

Short Answer Questions

1. The last part of Chapter VI focused on David-Neel's worries as she and Yongden had to get approval at an official's residence in order to cross a river bridge and travel beyond it, but how did it end?

2. David-Neel and Yongden agreed to trade what in exchange for cheese the stranger who spied their open packs had?

3. Tibet's chief religious leader only came to the Lhasa palace for ceremonies and lived mainly in one of several nearby lamaseries similar to what?

4. After David-Neel and Yongden slept the rest of the day and night out of the snow, Yongden hurt himself how the next day?

5. David-Neel and Yongden stopped in what village where she described the political situation for the people of the region?

Short Essay Questions

1. Why was it David-Neel went to the rescue of a dog?

2. How did Yongden depart the monastery where he met a monk who came from the region where Yongden's great-grandfather had been a lama?

3. At the end of Chapter VI, which two women did David-Neel describe she met near the Kha Karpo?

4. As she was unable to return before dark, how did David-Neel find the cave Yongden had remained in after is injury?

5. How did David-Neel describe the manner in which Asians approached respecting others who slept?

6. David-Neel was unable to find anyone to aid Yongden after his injury, but she managed to return with what?

7. What trap did David-Neel and Yongden set for their safety against potential robbers in a hut one night?

8. 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?

9. What appeal did Yongden make to David-Neel when she reached the candlelit cave after she unsuccessfully sought aid for him?

10. Why did David-Neel describe it as "a happy inspiration" when she chose the start of the year for her stay in Lhasa?

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