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Question 1: Jean Paul was born at Wunsiedel, in the Fichtelgebirge mountains (________).
RegensburgMunichAugsburgBavaria

Question 2: Clavis Fichtiana (see also ________)
German idealismGeorg Wilhelm Friedrich HegelArthur SchopenhauerJohann Gottlieb Fichte

Question 3: ________ said of Jean Paul that he would have been worthy of admiration if he had made as good use of his riches as other men made of their poverty—the classic approach of "Weimar".
Immanuel KantGeorg Wilhelm Friedrich HegelFriedrich SchillerDavid Hume

Question 4: His original intention was to enter his father's profession, but ________ did not interest him, and he soon devoted himself wholly to the study of literature.
PantheismMonotheismNontheismTheology

Question 5: The last scene of Jean Paul's "Flegeljahre" was the inspiration behind ________'s composition "Papillons" Op.
Frédéric ChopinHector BerliozRobert SchumannFranz Schubert

Question 6: The book's slightly supernatural theme, involving a Doppelgänger and pseudocide, stirred some controversy over its interpretation of the ________, but these criticisms served only to draw awareness to the author.
JesusResurrectionBiblical canonBible

Question 7: They lived first at Meiningen, then at Coburg; and finally, in 1804, they settled at ________.
MunichNurembergBayreuth (district)Bayreuth

Question 8: This article incorporates text from the Encyclopædia Britannica, Eleventh Edition, a publication now in the ________.
CopyrightPublic domainIntellectual propertyCopyright infringement

Question 9: After his mother's death in 1797, Richter went to ________, and in the following year to Weimar, where he started work on his most ambitious novel, Titan, published between 1801-02.
ChemnitzLeipzigBerlinDresden

Question 10: After attending the Gymnasium at Hof, Jean Paul went in 1781 to the ________.
University of LeipzigRuhr University BochumUniversity of CoimbraAristotle University of Thessaloniki







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