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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. Where did Ulrich go after leaving the cavalry?
(a) Into the education field.
(b) To drama school.
(c) Into the civil engineering field.
(d) To offer his services for rescue work.
2. What did the judge try to bring into question about the defendant in Chapter 30?
(a) Regret, but no remorse.
(b) Forgiveness, but no vengeance.
(c) Anger, but no regret.
(d) Remorse, but no regret.
3. Who rescued Ulrich in Chapter 12?
4. In Chapter 1, what was uncertain at the scene when the ambulance arrived?
(a) Whether the victim was dead or alive.
(b) Whether the driver was present.
(c) Whether Ulrich was guilty.
(d) Whether Ulrich would defend himself.
5. According to Musil, which of the following characterized the previous Century?
(a) Art, music, and poetry.
(b) Technological advancement and social progress.
(c) Music and philosophy.
(d) War and disease.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who was on trial in Chapter 30?
2. What did the relationship that Ulrich and his rescuer share carry as an ominous feeling?
3. What was the position in the country that was held by Diotoma's husband in Chapter 25?
4. What kind of woman was Ulrich's rescuer?
5. Where did Musil relocate when the Nazis' power grew?
Short Essay Questions
1. During his trial, what conclusions did the judge draw about Moosbrugger?
2. What did Ulrich think about engineering in Chapter 11?
3. Describe the premise behind Moosbrugger's sentence in Chapter 60.
4. What point did Diotima want to make with Ulrich concerning Arnheim in Chapter 66?
5. Describe Diotoma and Count Leinsdorf's relationship.
6. Describe Bonadea.
7. What did Musil notice about the men at the event in Chapter 72?
8. What about Ulrich's colleagues made him desperate to leave the profession of engineering in Chapter 14?
9. What was considered to be a good sign in Chapter 47 regarding Diotima?
10. Describe Musil's observations of Austrian and German women.
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