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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. After hearing Bolle's tale, whose story does Pommerer share with the Narrator in the bar?
2. What does Pommerer believe that East Germans have more of than West Germans?
3. What does a West Berlin court declare Bolle to be?
(a) A convicted felon.
(b) A parapalegic.
(c) A lost, confused soul.
(d) A mass murderer.
4. What does Bolle join when he cannot find anywhere to serve after leaving the south?
(c) French Foreign Legion.
(d) West German Defense.
5. What is Robert's defense against worry?
(a) Pretend it did not happen.
(b) Show no surprise.
(c) Have a routine.
(d) Fight your opponent.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Bolle push to radicalize that protests the Wall?
2. What did the Narrator's uncle do for a living before he died?
3. What does Pommerer fear that his phone troubles are linked to?
4. When Bolle is allowed to travel back and forth through Germany and is not arrested for his espionage, what does he become?
5. What do the masked people use to break the glass of storefronts near the Kurfürstendamm?
Short Essay Questions
1. What are some decadent pleasures that the Narrator enjoys in West Berlin?
2. How does Bolle end up in the French legion in Corsica?
3. How does Bolle become a double agent for the DDR?
4. What does Pommerer observe about the DDR leadership and the reconstruction of East Berlin?
5. How does Bolle become an agent for the Stasi?
6. How do Robert and the Narrator differ in their view of news reports and their own role in it?
7. Why does Pommerer believe his phone troubles are linked to a protest he did?
8. How is Gartenschläger caught and killed?
9. What is the difference in the experiences that Pommerer and the Narrator have in 1945 with the Russians and Americans respectively?
10. What does Robert observe about capitalism when he goes to check car models with the Narrator?
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