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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. Where do Dr. Poole and Loola first have sex?
(a) In the Unholy of Holies.
(b) In Dr. Poole's laboratory.
(c) In the Hollywood cemetery.
(d) In the field.
2. As Dr. Poole and Loola have sex, what is the Arch Vicar doing?
(a) Addressing the congregation.
(b) Giving last rites to the latest deformed babies.
(c) Watching them proudly from the shadows.
(d) Reading in his seminary.
3. What does the Arch Vicar tell Dr. Poole about his scientist friends?
(a) They were malnourished and fell to a pack of wolves.
(b) They were wounded trying to find him, and there will be no rescue.
(c) They are all dead from gamma radiation.
(d) They are coming for him now, and he must make a choice as to where to go.
4. Where are the Arch Vicar's books kept?
(a) The Seminary.
(b) The Unholy of Unholies.
(c) The High Altar.
(d) The Baker's Store.
5. What emotion best describes Dr. Poole's state of mind after the mating rituals?
(d) Scientific curiosity.
Short Answer Questions
1. In the Arch Vicar's religion, how is procreation regulated?
2. Who is NOT among Dr. Poole's initial guests to his new laboratory?
3. In his conversation with Dr. Poole, the Arch Vicar shows himself to be an expert in which field?
4. What is Polly's perspective on her deformed baby?
5. With respect to the strange behavior of the primitives, Dr. Poole experiences a change from which state to which state?
Short Essay Questions
1. Provide the following characters' views on sex: the Arch Vicar, the Chief, and Dr. Poole.
2. Why does Loola feel that Dr. Poole is different from other men she has known?
3. Does the Arch Vicar wish for Dr. Poole to join the church? Why or why not?
4. Describe Dr. Poole's emotional state of mind after being ravished by the two mulatto girls.
5. How does the Arch Vicar defend his religion's practices with respect to Dr. Poole's own religion?
6. Describe the final scene of the film involving William Tallis' gravestone.
7. What is the Arch Vicar's theory of history? What does this have to do with the "Order of Things"?
8. Describe the circumstances of Dr. Poole's rape.
9. How does the poetry of Percy Shelley contribute to the development of romance between Dr. Poole and Loola?
10. What is peculiar about the babies being prepared for the Purification Ceremonies?
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