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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. Even though Ludvik senses Helena is ready to consummate their affair, he decides to take his time. What do they do first?
(a) Drink vodka.
(b) Drink more rye.
(c) Played cards.
(d) Read poetry.
2. Who is the narrator of part four?
3. While Kostka is farming in western Bohemia, there are sightings of a young girl nobody knows. What do the children think she is?
(a) A ghost.
(b) A fairy.
(c) A gypsy.
(d) A vandal.
4. What kind of headstone marked the grave of Ludvik's mother?
(a) A grey cross.
(b) A white angel.
(c) A black headstone.
(d) She did not get a grave marker, they were so poor.
5. What event brought Ludvik and Kostka together for their first conversation?
(a) Kostka stands up for Ludvik's intellectual freedom.
(b) Ludvik stands up for Kostka's religious freedom.
(c) Kostka stands up for Marketa.
(d) Ludvik stands up for Kostka's girlfriend.
Short Answer Questions
1. How does the narrator of part five kill time before meeting Helena?
2. Where did Jaroslav go to University?
3. On what condition is Lucie allowed to stay in western Bohemia?
4. Who discovered where the unknown girl was spending her nights?
5. What does Ludvik order for lunch with Helena?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Jaroslav feel about Ludvik when they see each other after Ludvik's sentence at Ostrava?
2. How is Jaroslav's planning developing for the upcoming Ride of the Kings progressing?
3. What does Christian living mean to Kostka?
4. How does Kostka feel about how he treated Lucie, when he reflects back?
5. What moved Jaroslav to become Vlasta's "protector?"
6. Describe the way Ludvik is successful in his seduction of Helena.
7. Describe Jaroslav's house.
8. Why did Zemanek read Fucik at Ludvik's hearing?
9. Describe the Helena Ludvik is finally attracted to.
10. How does Kovalik suggest to Ludvik the people have come around to accepting state-sponsored rites of passage in the place of religious ceremonies?
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