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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. What is Robert's defense against worry?
(a) Have a routine.
(b) Pretend it did not happen.
(c) Fight your opponent.
(d) Show no surprise.
2. What must Bolle learn in the West to earn the right he forfeited earlier?
(a) How to arrest criminals.
(b) How to fight superiors.
(d) How to gather data.
3. What has taken too long to finish according to Pommerer in East Berlin that makes him angry?
4. Who helped Pommerer survive the war?
(a) The Americans.
(b) The Russians.
(c) The Italians.
(d) The Germans.
5. After gaining skills in sabotage, what does Bolle do?
(a) Build his own army.
(b) Desert his group.
(c) Give up.
(d) Fight his group.
Short Answer Questions
1. To whom does Bolle intend to betray the DDR officials?
2. What does Robert find always falls outside of himself when he considers events and motives?
3. What did the Narrator's uncle do for a living before he died?
4. What is Gartenschläger arrested for stealing?
5. Where did Lena grow up?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Robert think of the police's participation in the violence in town?
2. Describe the Narrator's experience at the border with the guards and the man with the dog.
3. How does Bolle end up in the French legion in Corsica?
4. How does Bolle become a double agent for the DDR?
5. What is Bolle's ultimate fate after he double crosses both intelligence sides?
6. What are Lena's relationships with men prior to meeting the Narrator?
7. What does Robert observe about capitalism when he goes to check car models with the Narrator?
8. How does the Narrator identify with the German people and not politics?
9. When the leather-bound storyteller is found to have graffiti, how does he extricate himself from the clutches of the DDR?
10. Describe the Narrator's first encounter with Frieda in his apartment building.
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