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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 Herta work when Odilo Unverdorben meets her?
(a) As a nurse in the hospital in Munich.
(b) As a milliner in Munich.
(c) As a nurse at Schless-Hartheim.
(d) As a secretary in his school.
2. What is Odilo Unverdorben's family doing when they visit Auschwitz?
(b) Looking for Odilo's secret life.
(c) Touring Holocaust museums.
(d) Looking for someplace to live.
3. How does Odilo Unverdorben travel through Germany?
(a) By truck.
(b) By hitchhiking.
(c) In troop carriers.
(d) By motorcycle.
4. How successful does the narrator think Uncle Pepi's experiments are?
5. What does the narrator think Odilo Unverdorben's mother will do when Odilo returns into her body?
(a) Wish for a girl baby.
(b) Scream that he is gone.
(c) Commit suicide.
(d) Have an abortion.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is the motto of the Schless-Hartheim camp?
2. How does Odilo Unverdorben's work affect his marriage?
3. What does the narrator think the patients feel about being gathered at Auschwitz?
4. What is the name of Odilo Unverdorben's baby?
5. Where are the patients stacked neatly?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does the killing change from Schless-Hartheim to Auschwitz?
2. Describe the narrator's relationship with Odilo Unverdorben by the end of this chapter, at which point Odilo has just arrived at Schless-Hartheim.
3. Name four methods Odilo Unverdorben sees the Germans use to "process" the Jews?
4. The narrator and Uncle Pepi both see the work at Auschwitz as 100% successful. How does their agreement, from such different viewpoints, affect the reader?
5. Describe Herta's feelings about Auschwitz.
6. How does the narrator's impression of the killings at Schless-Hartheim increase the reader's sense of sympathy for the people the Nazis killed there?
7. Describe the irony of the narrator's impression of Odilo Unverdorben's relationship with Jews.
8. Describe the similarities and differences between Odilo Unverdorben and Uncle Pepi.
9. Describe the narrator's relationship with Odilo Unverdorben in the years before/after Odilo began to work in the camps.
10. What does the narrator think about Auschwitz when he sees it through Odilo Unverdorben's thirteen-year-old eyes?
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