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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. Why is Chief displeased with Dr. Poole and his opinion of food production?
(a) Dr. Poole is providing no plans to provide for most of Chief's favorite foods.
(b) Chief is convinced Dr. Poole wishes to poison the community.
(c) Chief feels Dr. Poole is being overly optimistic.
(d) Chief wishes the process to go significantly faster.
2. 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.
3. In which garage does Dr. Poole meet with Loola in a car to have a discussion about the nature of evil?
(b) The Unholy of Holies.
(d) St. Azazel's.
4. Which church member whips the mothers after the babies are sacrificed?
(a) The Postulant.
(b) The Satanic Science Practitioner.
(c) The Patriarch of Pasadena.
(d) The Arch Vicar.
5. Whose tombstone do Dr. Poole and Loola discover in the desert?
(a) William Tallis.
(c) Jefferson Thorpe.
(d) An unknown soldier.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is the Arch Vicar's perspective on sexual intercourse?
2. Which church member actually does the killing of the babies?
3. In what year was William Tallis born?
4. The deformed babies in the Cocktail Bar were all born between what dates?
5. What does the Arch Vicar blame for famine and war?
Short Essay Questions
1. Describe the final scene of the film involving William Tallis' gravestone.
2. According to the Arch Vicar, did Belial need the atomic bomb to assure the destruction of mankind?
3. What is the Arch Vicar's stance on the reality of demonic possession?
4. What became of the Canterbury and its crew, ultimately?
5. What difference does the narrator make between conscience and customs?
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 restrictions are placed on mating in the primitive community? What happens to those who dare to disobey?
9. How does the Arch Vicar find out about Dr. Poole's escape? How does he react?
10. Provide the following characters' views on sex: the Arch Vicar, the Chief, and Dr. Poole.
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