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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 religion is Dr. Poole?
2. What book does Dr. Poole read from while courting Loola?
(a) Shakespeare's love sonnets.
(b) William Tallis' Ape and Essence.
(c) A book of Shelley's poetry.
(d) The Bible.
3. The deformed babies in the Cocktail Bar were all born between what dates?
(a) January 1 and March 1.
(b) April 4 through May 21.
(c) January 1 and December 31.
(d) December 10 and December 17.
4. Who stands guard over Dr. Poole during the mating rituals to ensure he does not escape?
(a) The Patriarch of Pasadena.
(c) Two Postulants.
(d) The Arch Vicar.
5. How many laborers are assigned to Dr. Poole in his job?
(c) Two hundred.
Short Answer Questions
1. According to the Arch Vicar, what makes men into cowards, saints, and humans?
2. In what year was William Tallis born?
3. What will happen to the deformation rate of babies in fifty years, according to the Arch Vicar?
4. What is NOT given to Dr. Poole when he is assigned a job?
5. How does the Arch Vicar aid Dr. Poole in seeing the mating rituals better?
Short Essay Questions
1. Describe the initial entrance of the Arch Vicar.
2. Describe the circumstances of Dr. Poole's rape.
3. What is peculiar about the babies being prepared for the Purification Ceremonies?
4. What is the Arch Vicar's stance on the reality of demonic possession?
5. What is the Arch Vicar's theory of history? What does this have to do with the "Order of Things"?
6. What commentary does the script narrator offer about joy (as described in a poem by Shelley) and the possibility of joy in the ape-mind?
7. How does the poetry of Percy Shelley contribute to the development of romance between Dr. Poole and Loola?
8. What became of the Canterbury and its crew, ultimately?
9. How does the Arch Vicar defend his religion's practices with respect to Dr. Poole's own religion?
10. Describe the moment in which Dr. Poole and Loola discover romantic feelings for one another, rather than lust.
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