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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Which of the following types of energy was considered to have contributed to Moosbrugger's negative attitude toward women in Chapter 60?
2. Who of the following showed the received letter to Ulrich?
3. Who tried to attend to the teenager mentioned in Chapter 44?
4. What topic was under discussion in Chapter 66?
(a) The emancipation of women.
(b) Economic deprivation.
(c) Environmental crises.
(d) Cultural growth.
5. What type of women were mentioned at the campaign in Chapter 40?
6. Which of the following was a common reply given out by the Count in Chapter 56?
(a) "Awaiting further consideration".
(b) "The end is near".
(c) "Upon further notice".
(d) "Death becomes her".
7. Over what period of time had the person in Chapter 64 matured?
(a) Two years.
(b) Six years.
(c) Twenty years.
(d) Ten years.
8. Who was delighted to have a poor young lady as a servant in Chapter 40?
9. What was Fischel's job in Chapter 35?
10. Where did Fischel work in Chapter 35?
(a) Berlin University.
(b) Bonn Prison.
(c) Miller's Tavern.
(d) Lloyd's Bank.
11. Who was famous in Chapter 48?
12. In Chapter 51, which of the following did the wife cite as her husband's favorite activity?
13. Who was born in poverty with dirt coming up through the floorboards in Chapter 40?
14. What was one of Moosbrugger's faults mentioned in Chapter 60?
(a) He is poor.
(b) He is arrogant.
(c) He is stupid.
(d) He is rich.
15. What was the name of Fischel's daughter?
Short Answer Questions
1. What was one object that had old elegance but modern efficiency in Chapter 68?
2. Which of the following was the Collateral Campaign inclusive of in Chapter 44?
3. Who was also considered notorious and mentioned later in Chapter 48?
4. In Chapter 56, who of the following sent a letter about Ulrich?
5. What did Musil write about in Chapter 49?
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