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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Section 5: The Script, pages 100-122.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. How does Dr. Poole become separated from his team?
(a) He becomes injured, and the others will not slow for him.
(b) He stops to propose marriage to Miss Ethel Hook.
(c) He stops to observe an unusual species of plant.
(d) He decides to confront the aggressive baboons in a nearby village.
2. What explanation does the Arch Vicar have for his community's restricted mating patterns?
(a) It is due to the powerful influence of the Hots community.
(b) It is the Law of Belial.
(c) It is necessary for survival.
(d) It is due to excessive gamma radiation.
3. Why was New Zealand spared from the destruction that ravaged the rest of the planet?
(a) It built great bunkers that protected its people.
(b) Because of raging sea storms, it was not accessible to aggressors.
(c) Its leaders engaged in clever diplomacy.
(d) It was not deemed to be of any important military value.
4. What is the most obvious difference between Arch Vicar's community and the Hots?
(a) The Hots have leprous skin conditions due to radiation.
(b) The Hots do not possess a written language.
(c) The Hots do not place restrictions on mating/romance.
(d) The Hots have a formal, highly controlling religious hierarchy.
5. Loola notes that Dr. Poole is different from the primitive men in what way?
(a) He likes to talk to her.
(b) He expresses contempt for deformed babies.
(c) He is a man of action rather than words.
(d) He finds no value in books.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is Miss Ethel Hook's desire, with respect to Dr. Poole?
2. How does the Arch Vicar aid Dr. Poole in seeing the mating rituals better?
3. On which deity do the primitives blame their problems?
4. What kind of primate represents the greatest among man, according to the narrator?
5. Who leads the team of gravediggers at the Southern California mausoleum?
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