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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. How long does Dr. Poole feel proper food production will take in the primitive community?
(a) One thousand years.
(b) Five years.
(c) Fifty years.
(d) Six months.
2. When Loola is assigned to her new job, at which location does she work?
(a) The lab of the Director of Food Production.
(b) Silver Ore Mine.
(c) Hollywood cemetery.
(d) The Los Angeles Coliseum.
3. Who "ravishes" Dr. Poole during mating season?
(c) Two Postulants.
(d) Two young mulatto girls.
4. What book does Dr. Poole read from while courting Loola?
(a) Shakespeare's love sonnets.
(b) The Bible.
(c) William Tallis' Ape and Essence.
(d) A book of Shelley's poetry.
5. According to Dr. Poole, what happens when "evil is carried to the limit"?
(a) It destroys mankind.
(b) It is always counteracted by great good.
(c) It destroys itself.
(d) It becomes good.
6. What is Loola's initial perspective on her night of sex with Dr. Poole?
(a) He was more fun than her other partners.
(b) She loves him desperately.
(c) He was a terrible lover.
(d) Given her cultural background, she is entirely indifferent.
7. What injures Miss Ethel Hook when she goes to look for Dr. Poole?
(a) An arrow shot by a primitive.
(b) A poisonous snake.
(d) Gamma radiation.
8. What do the Canterbury scientists ultimately decide to do about Dr. Poole?
(a) Leave him.
(b) Air bomb the entire area.
(c) Kill him.
(d) Stage a military rescue.
9. What does Flossie think about Loola's relationship with Dr. Poole?
(a) Loola should stay away from Dr. Poole, given his romantic lust.
(b) Flossie feels Loola and Dr. Poole should elope.
(c) Flossie encourages the relationship, as it may produce a healthy infant.
(d) Loola should stay away from Dr. Poole because he is possibly contagious with Belial's spirit.
10. What does the Arch Vicar call the calamity of World War that destroyed most of the world?
(a) The Event.
(b) The Nuke.
(c) The Thing.
(d) The Dimestore Disaster.
11. What is the name for the innermost chamber where the Arch Vicar resides?
(a) The Unholy of Unholies.
(b) The High Altar.
(c) Cocktail Lounge.
(d) Belial's Den.
12. How long has it taken for the primitive community to establish their pattern of mating rituals?
(a) One year.
(b) Two generations.
(c) Two hundred years.
(d) Forty days and nights.
13. What is Polly's perspective on her deformed baby?
(a) Polly hates the child, and feels it has earned its fate.
(b) Polly is indifferent to the child, and is not present for its sacrifice.
(c) Polly loves the child and does not want to see him killed.
(d) Polly loves the child, but is willing to sacrifice it for the greater good.
14. How does the Arch Vicar respond when Dr. Poole expresses horror at the sight of blood at the sacrifice of the babies?
(a) Dr. Poole needs to be a man and toughen up.
(b) The Arch Vicar hurries him away and agrees that it is a terrible sight.
(c) The blood represents the demons leaving the baby's body.
(d) Dr. Poole's own religion is a history full of bloodshed.
15. Who is at the very top of the religious hierarchy in the primitive community?
(a) The Cardinal of Sin.
(b) The Pope of Darkness.
(c) Satanic Science Practitioner.
(d) Arch Vicar of Belial.
Short Answer Questions
1. How many laborers are assigned to Dr. Poole in his job?
2. According to Dr. Poole, why can Belial never win the war for humanity's soul?
3. What is used to kill the deformed babies?
4. When evil destroys itself, what notion returns back to humanity?
5. What happens to sexually aggressive boys in the primitive community?
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