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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. What is the Arch Vicar's opinion of the Industrial Revolution?
(a) Technology paradoxically allows Man to become closer with nature.
(b) It represented the apex of civilization.
(c) Through technology, Man lost touch with reality.
(d) It resulted in key advances they enjoy even today.
2. Which two concepts does the Arch Vicar blame for the fall of mankind?
(a) Individualism and Joy.
(b) Enlightenment and Generosity.
(c) Socialism and Generosity.
(d) Progress and Nationalism.
3. When Dr. Poole and Loola stop for a night after their escape, they are thirty miles outside of what town?
(a) San Diego.
(c) Las Vegas.
4. What do the Canterbury scientists ultimately decide to do about Dr. Poole?
(a) Kill him.
(b) Leave him.
(c) Air bomb the entire area.
(d) Stage a military rescue.
5. What is Polly's perspective on her deformed baby?
(a) Polly hates the child, and feels it has earned its fate.
(b) Polly loves the child, but is willing to sacrifice it for the greater good.
(c) Polly is indifferent to the child, and is not present for its sacrifice.
(d) Polly loves the child and does not want to see him killed.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who "ravishes" Dr. Poole during mating season?
2. What is the Arch Vicar's opinion of demon possession?
3. The desert tombstone has poetry from which poet inscribed on it?
4. What is Loola threatened with when she objects to her assigned job?
5. To what university is Dr. Poole assigned?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is the Arch Vicar's explanation for why his people worship Belial, all the while acknowledging the being's evilness.
2. What is Dr. Poole's reasoning for why Belial can never win in his battle against mankind?
3. What is the Arch Vicar's stance on the reality of demonic possession?
4. Describe the scene, including the chanting, taking place in the Los Angeles Coliseum at the height of the Purification Ceremonies.
5. Describe the final scene of the film involving William Tallis' gravestone.
6. What became of the Canterbury and its crew, ultimately?
7. Provide the following characters' views on sex: the Arch Vicar, the Chief, and Dr. Poole.
8. List the allusions/references found in this section of the text.
9. Describe the circumstances of Dr. Poole's rape.
10. What discussion do the Chief, Arch Vicar, and Dr. Poole have concerning food production?
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