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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. Johannes is determined to bring her to love him by doing what?
(a) Teasing her.
(b) Ignoring her.
(c) Loving her.
(d) Hating her.
2. This begins the ____________ with Cordelia where he engages in an emotional back and forth of pursuit.
(a) 'Emotional war.'
(b) 'First war.'
(c) 'Love battle.'
(d) 'Second war.'
3. Johannes sees female existence as an ideal gracefulness, reminiscent of what?
(a) The butterfly.
(b) The flower.
(d) An angel.
4. What does Johannes liken to his freeing a bird?
(a) Marrying Cordelia.
(b) Giving Cordelia back to Edward.
(c) Becoming engaged to Cordelia.
(d) Their broken engagement.
5. Johannes thinks erotic love has gradations. How does he feel about Cordelia's progress in this regard?
(a) She is making progress.
(b) She is making very little progress.
(c) She is making a great deal of progress.
(d) She is not making progress.
Short Answer Questions
1. Johannes has floated a rumor that he is in love with whom?
2. Johannes thinks of woman essentially as existing for whom?
3. Johannes will read _______________ aloud to Cordelia from time to time.
4. Johannes only gives her part of the attention she desires in order to do what?
5. Of what does Edward want to tell Cordelia?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Johannes say about erotic love? What does he mention regarding Cordelia's erotic love?
2. Give details of some of Johannes' letters to Cordelia.
3. What does Johannes do on the 31st?
4. What his happening to Cordelia by the end of this section?
5. What is the rumor that is going around? What is happening in regards to this rumor?
6. Does Cordelia respond to his letters? Why or why not?
7. Describe Johannes' final entry on September 25th.
8. What has happened by September 16th?
9. What does Johannes write on September 24th?
10. Whato does Johannes write in the next three letters?
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