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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. Who does K. intend to use his weapon against when he leaves Olga's house?
(a) The schoolteacher.
(c) His assistant.
2. What does Buergel talk to K. about?
(a) The architectural design of the Castle.
(b) The private lives of the Castle elite.
(c) The way the secretary system works.
(d) The schedule of arrivals and departures at the Gentlemen's Inn.
3. Whose secretary is Buergel?
4. Who knocks on K.'s door at the beginning of Chapter XIII?
(a) One of the workers from the Gentlemen's Inn.
(c) One of the assistants.
(d) One of the children of the master tanner.
5. Does Olga think her family could have restored their position in the village?
(a) No, because of the particularly wrong they committed.
(b) No, because of Sortini's high position.
(c) Yes, if the Castle had intervened
(d) Yes, if they had tried to get in the village's good graces.
Short Answer Questions
1. Where does the letter-writer want to meet K.?
2. What does K. say about his plan in dealing with Hans?
3. How was Amalia's father punished for her disobedience?
4. Why does Hans think his father might be sympathetic toward K.?
5. Who is Galater?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Amalia accuse K. of using Barnabas for?
2. How long does K. need to wait to see Erlanger?
3. Why has Hans come to see K. and what is he supposed to be doing instead?
4. What does Buergel say might happen at a meeting in the middle of the night?
5. What is Frieda doing for Jeremias at the end of Chapter XXII?
6. How does K. answer Frieda's mother's objections about him?
7. What did the townspeople do after Amalia's disobedience became known?
8. When does K. plan on visiting Hans' mother?
9. What happens to Jeremias and Artur when they are not together?
10. What reason does Erlanger give K. the request Erlanger is making during the meeting?
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