Waiting for the Barbarians Test | Final Test - Medium

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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. The magistrate decides it is best not to _______________ and to focus instead on what can be changed.
(a) Sleep with anyone.
(b) Listen to the girl.
(c) Love anyone.
(d) Dwell on the past.

2. The magistrate advises everyone to grow _________ so that they can survive the winter and attacks.
(a) Corn.
(b) Lettuce.
(c) Root vegetables.
(d) Nuts.

3. ____________ are placed alongside the rampart to simulate the presence of armies in the town.
(a) Shields.
(b) Helmets.
(c) Flags.
(d) Swords.

4. The magistrate is also questioned about his relationship to _______________ during his accusations.
(a) A street woman.
(b) A soldier.
(c) The church.
(d) The Colonel.

5. The magistrate thinks that his method of recording information now would include ______________ through seasons and nature.
(a) Singing.
(b) Fighting.
(c) Walking.
(d) Living.

Short Answer Questions

1. The girl the magistrate seeks out is helping her ______________ while taking care of her babies.

2. The magistrate realizes that visiting the women was a mistake and that he should just _________________.

3. Unable to defend themselves, the barbarians are vulnerable and deprived of their _______________ as a result.

4. _______________ barricade the gates in order to protect themselves from the approach of the barbarians.

5. People in town as well as the ___________ living nearby live in fear of barbarian attacks.

Short Essay Questions

1. What do the people learn about the barbarians who lured the army into the desert?

2. What happens when the magistrate falls asleep in the room of one of the girls he used to sleep with?

3. What does the magistrate attempt to do in order to control his erections?

4. What does the Colonel do to the natives who have their cheeks wired and their wrists wired?

5. How do the barbarians inspire fear which eventually turns into paranoia?

6. What happens to the magistrate as a result of not having any activities to do during his captivity?

7. What are some of the hobbies that the magistrate goes back to after visiting and sleeping with Mai?

8. What do the men who are digging the wells find when they are beginning the process of constructing new wells?

9. What does the magistrate learn about his status when he says he cannot be in power because he is awaiting trial?

10. What does the magistrate think he might write down if he were to write a record of the imperial post?

(see the answer keys)

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