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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 does Pommerer live in 1945?
(a) A Russian hideout.
(b) A Victorian b&b.
(c) A mansion.
(d) A bunker.
2. To whom does Bolle return after double crossing both the BRD and DDR?
(a) The Americans.
(b) The Greeks.
(c) The Soviets.
(d) The Italians.
3. What does Bolle push to radicalize that protests the Wall?
(a) A Stasi official meeting.
(b) A Kreuzberg gathering.
(c) An ad hoc committee.
(d) A West Berlin court.
4. Who did Pommerer's family fear would rape them?
(a) The Germans.
(b) The Americans.
(c) The Russians.
(d) The Italians.
5. Where does Bolle erect his device to preach war against the Wall?
(a) His suburban paradise.
(b) His Kreuzberg garret.
(c) His underground station.
(d) His Roman villa.
Short Answer Questions
1. How long of a prison sentence does Bolle receive from a West Berlin court?
2. Why did Bolle spend 7 years in prison?
3. What did the Narrator's uncle do for a living before he died?
4. What must Bolle learn in the West to earn the right he forfeited earlier?
5. Who is the Narrator's aunt?
Short Essay Questions
1. What are Lena's relationships with men prior to meeting the Narrator?
2. What does a stranger warn Robert and the Narrator about in the cafe and what happens subsequently?
3. How does the Narrator identify with the German people and not politics?
4. How does Bolle become a double agent for the DDR?
5. Describe the Narrator's first encounter with Frieda in his apartment building.
6. What does Pommerer observe about the DDR leadership and the reconstruction of East Berlin?
7. Describe the Narrator's experience at the border with the guards and the man with the dog.
8. How is Gartenschläger caught and killed?
9. What does the man who approaches Pommerer in the bar tell him about Butterfly?
10. What first attracts the Narrator to Lena?
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