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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Which, according to the script's narrator, is not one of the "fruits of the ape-mind"?
2. What is the Arch Vicar's opinion of demon possession?
(a) Belial possesses people in order to help them achieve grace.
(b) Demon possession is but a small part of man's degradation.
(c) It is a foolish notion reserved for the lowest among his people.
(d) It is the only explanation for man's irrational behavior and actions.
3. Whose tombstone do Dr. Poole and Loola discover in the desert?
(a) William Tallis.
(c) Jefferson Thorpe.
(d) An unknown soldier.
4. What injures Dr. Cudworth when he goes to look for Dr. Poole?
(b) A poisonous snake.
(c) Gamma radiation.
(d) An arrow shot by a primitive.
5. What does the Arch Vicar blame for famine and war?
(a) A failure to understand history.
(d) Drug use.
6. What is the name for the innermost chamber where the Arch Vicar resides?
(a) Cocktail Lounge.
(b) The Unholy of Unholies.
(c) The High Altar.
(d) Belial's Den.
7. How can Dr. Poole's emotions at seeing the mating rituals be best described?
(b) Scientifically curious.
(c) Excited, yet revolted.
8. When Dr. Poole and Loola stop for a night after their escape, they are thirty miles outside of what town?
(b) Las Vegas.
(c) San Diego.
9. What is Loola threatened with when she objects to her assigned job?
(a) The isolation chamber.
(b) Twenty-five lashes.
(d) Death by hanging.
10. How does the Arch Vicar aid Dr. Poole in seeing the mating rituals better?
(a) He orders all couples to be brought out into the moonlight.
(b) He gives him night-vision goggles.
(c) He orders the lights to be turned on.
(d) He gives him a walking tour.
11. When workers arrive to be assigned jobs for the year, what article of clothing are they given?
(c) Swimming trunks.
12. What religion is Dr. Poole?
13. Which two concepts does the Arch Vicar blame for the fall of mankind?
(a) Individualism and Joy.
(b) Enlightenment and Generosity.
(c) Progress and Nationalism.
(d) Socialism and Generosity.
14. According to the Arch Vicar, what does Man call Progress?
(a) The destruction of the earth.
(b) The enlightenment of the soul.
(c) The wickedness of graverobbing.
(d) The appeasement of Belial.
15. At the end of the novel, where are Dr. Poole and Loola headed?
Short Answer Questions
1. In his conversation with Dr. Poole, the Arch Vicar shows himself to be an expert in which field?
2. The Hots community has what relationship to the government of the primitives?
3. What does the Arch Vicar tell Dr. Poole about his scientist friends?
4. What injures Miss Ethel Hook when she goes to look for Dr. Poole?
5. What is the Arch Vicar's perspective on sexual intercourse?
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