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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) It resulted in key advances they enjoy even today.
(b) It represented the apex of civilization.
(c) Technology paradoxically allows Man to become closer with nature.
(d) Through technology, Man lost touch with reality.
2. Why is Chief displeased with Dr. Poole and his opinion of food production?
(a) Chief is convinced Dr. Poole wishes to poison the community.
(b) Chief wishes the process to go significantly faster.
(c) Chief feels Dr. Poole is being overly optimistic.
(d) Dr. Poole is providing no plans to provide for most of Chief's favorite foods.
3. The Hots community has what relationship to the government of the primitives?
(a) The Hots community does not honor any government edicts or demands.
(b) The Hots cower in front of the government and will honor any request.
(c) The Hots benefit financially from following governmental orders.
(d) The Hots are secretly led by the government, and so secretly follow its orders.
4. Loola notes that Dr. Poole is different from the primitive men in what way?
(a) He is a man of action rather than words.
(b) He expresses contempt for deformed babies.
(c) He finds no value in books.
(d) He likes to talk to her.
5. How long has it taken for the primitive community to establish their pattern of mating rituals?
(a) Two hundred years.
(b) Two generations.
(c) One year.
(d) Forty days and nights.
Short Answer Questions
1. Why is Miss Ethel Hook administered a sedative by the crew of the Canterbury?
2. Whose tombstone do Dr. Poole and Loola discover in the desert?
3. According to Dr. Poole, why can Belial never win the war for humanity's soul?
4. What book does Dr. Poole read from while courting Loola?
5. What is the name for the innermost chamber where the Arch Vicar resides?
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. Provide the following characters' views on sex: the Arch Vicar, the Chief, and Dr. Poole.
3. List the allusions/references found in this section of the text.
4. What effect has the Industrial Revolution had on humanity according to the Arch Vicar?
5. What is the Arch Vicar's stance on the reality of demonic possession?
6. How is Loola finally swayed to run away with Dr. Poole?
7. What discussion do the Chief, Arch Vicar, and Dr. Poole have concerning food production?
8. What is the Arch Vicar's theory of history? What does this have to do with the "Order of Things"?
9. How does the Arch Vicar find out about Dr. Poole's escape? How does he react?
10. Describe the moment in which Dr. Poole and Loola discover romantic feelings for one another, rather than lust.
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