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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. Mandel seems to be unaffected by the ____________ of other people, which puts the magistrate at odds with him.
2. What is the name of the girl who the magistrate seeks out in order to help him with his tension?
3. As the guards tighten the wires of the prisoners, they then force the prisoners to _____________ in the area where they are taken.
4. The power of the Empire is derived from the infliction of pain on the ___________, a sign of victory over this group.
5. How does the magistrate end up escaping from his prison cell one day, though he returns later on?
(a) He tricked a guard.
(b) He picked the lock.
(c) He dug a hole outside.
(d) Open window.
Short Answer Questions
1. The magistrate realizes that visiting the women was a mistake and that he should just _________________.
2. When the magistrate tells Mandel that he is still awaiting trial, the magistrate learns there are no ____________ of him at all.
3. Even when one of the soldiers is injured during the search for barbarians, the only soldiers just ____________ in response.
4. The magistrate thinks that his method of recording information now would include ______________ through seasons and nature.
5. The officer the magistrate has spoken with seems to be equally capable of ___________ as of fulfilling his duties.
Short Essay Questions
1. What happens when the magistrate falls asleep in the room of one of the girls he used to sleep with?
2. What is regarded as the only form of protection from the barbarians, causing the town to shift in terms of population and control?
3. What does the magistrate attempt to do in order to control his erections?
4. What happens when the magistrate meets up with the warrant officer from the Third Bureau?
5. What happens with the fire that is being set along the riverbanks?
6. What does Mai tell the magistrate about the girl who used to live with him there?
7. What is the sight that inspires fear and panic in the town as the magistrate describes in the story?
8. What does the magistrate begin to believe about the consistency of the law as seen in the cases he has previously conducted?
9. What happens to the magistrate as a result of not having any activities to do during his captivity?
10. What does the magistrate think he might write down if he were to write a record of the imperial post?
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