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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. What is the remarkable difference between West and East-bound travelers at the Schonefield airport?
(a) Singing and dancing.
(b) Hairstyle and practice.
(c) Noise and serenity.
(d) Expression and clothing.

2. Where have Pommerer's friends in the countryside settled into?
(a) Old industrial buildings.
(b) Broken down jeeps.
(c) New barns.
(d) Abandoned farm cottages.

3. What is vandalized consistently outside the Narrator's building?
(a) Cars.
(b) Gardens.
(c) Houses.
(d) Trucks.

4. What did Kabe claim was too quiet not to jump?
(a) His dreams.
(b) His life.
(c) His friend's death.
(d) His neighborhood.

5. Who clings together in a new life in the West?
(a) Southern Germans.
(b) West Germans.
(c) Northern Germans.
(d) East Germans.

6. What did the Narrator and Pommerer argue about the Commission on Order and Security report?
(a) Whether it mandated suspicious activity.
(b) Whether it symbolized the power of their government.
(c) Whether it was sympathetic to their cause.
(d) Whether it was the same as that under Nazism.

7. What area does not have land mines according to Pommerer?
(a) Center City.
(b) Russian underground.
(c) K2 mountain top.
(d) Soviet Union.

8. Who considers themselves superior based on clothing, accessories and language?
(a) Americans.
(b) Russians.
(c) East Germans.
(d) West Germans.

9. What does the Narrator consider easier to understand than Berlin?
(a) Prague.
(b) Burlington.
(c) New York.
(d) Paris.

10. Who do neighbors shun in favor of those who struggle against publishers and the party?
(a) Successful scientists.
(b) Successful designers.
(c) Successful writers.
(d) Successful poets.

11. On his first visit to the wall, what does the Narrator watch?
(a) Singing wrestlers.
(b) Fighting monkeys.
(c) Dancing troupes.
(d) Bus loads of visitors.

12. Whose government does the Narrator find more intrusive on citizen privacy?
(a) East.
(b) South.
(c) West.
(d) North.

13. What structure zigzags through the city of Berlin?
(a) The Wall.
(b) The Russian embassy.
(c) The helicopter pad.
(d) The airport.

14. What do the neighbors of Pommerer's friends in the countryside gather to discuss?
(a) Guests and strangers.
(b) Art and literature.
(c) Politics and the environment.
(d) Food and cooking.

15. What do both sides of the Wall want to call Kabe?
(a) Friendly.
(b) Dangerous.
(c) Funny.
(d) Insane.

Short Answer Questions

1. What kinds of escape methods from the Wall became popular in the early 1960s?

2. How does Kabe fool his government?

3. Where do Pommerer and the Narrator go to watch jazz?

4. In what building does Lena find peace in that politics has not touched?

5. From what direction does Kabe jump the Wall?

(see the answer keys)

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