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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Who among the jumpers goes West to become a lumberjack?
2. What does the Narrator notice has been removed from all the vehicles in the West?
(a) FD insignia.
(b) LB insignia.
(c) VW insignia.
(d) AC insignia.
3. What does the Narrator consider easier to understand than Berlin?
(d) New York.
4. What is the UN resolution on the evening news about that the Narrator watches on television?
(a) American invasion of France.
(b) Soviet invasion of Afghanisthan.
(c) Soviet invasion of Czech Republic.
(d) American invasion of Prussia.
5. What lying outside the path to the door of the Narrator's building remains the same?
6. Whose company does the Narrator enjoy until he dies at 70?
(a) A singer.
(b) A violinist.
(c) A dancer.
(d) A writer.
7. Who do neighbors shun in favor of those who struggle against publishers and the party?
(a) Successful designers.
(b) Successful scientists.
(c) Successful poets.
(d) Successful writers.
8. What is Lena's family concerned about regarding West Berlin and the West in general?
(a) Whether they will fit in.
(b) Whether life is livable.
(c) Whether they will lose.
(d) Whether they will suffer.
9. What did Kabe claim was too quiet not to jump?
(a) His friend's death.
(b) His neighborhood.
(c) His life.
(d) His dreams.
10. Where do Pommerer and the Narrator go to watch jazz?
(a) Underground railroad.
(b) Friedrichstrasse station.
(c) Hall of Young Talent.
(d) Getty museum.
11. What are the two bars in the Narrator's building?
(a) Austrian and Prussian.
(b) English and French.
(c) German and Bolivian.
(d) Russian and German.
12. In what building does Lena find peace in that politics has not touched?
(a) A generations-old family house.
(b) A broken down villa.
(c) An old stately mansion.
(d) A courthouse.
13. What camps are the Eastern boys sent to?
(a) Mission and special education.
(b) Intelligence and counterintelligence.
(c) Army and youth.
(d) Juvenile and reformatory.
14. Where does the Narrator exit from the metro into East Berlin?
15. Who does the Narrator meet in East Berlin that is forbidden to publish?
Short Answer Questions
1. Who do the artists in the countryside that the Narrator meets criticize that lost the privilege of going abroad?
2. When the Narrator arrives home at midnight, who is he surprised to see working at window level in his building?
3. When the Narrator moves to Berlin, what has just gone up?
4. Who rarely meet outside the Narrator's building but can be distinguished by noise?
5. What does the Narrator travel into East Berlin on?
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