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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) Chief wishes the process to go significantly faster.
(b) Dr. Poole is providing no plans to provide for most of Chief's favorite foods.
(c) Chief feels Dr. Poole is being overly optimistic.
(d) Chief is convinced Dr. Poole wishes to poison the community.
2. What happens to sexually aggressive boys in the primitive community?
(a) They are chained in a dungeon.
(b) They are castrated.
(c) Their aggression is encouraged for the good of the community.
(d) They are sacrificed on the high altar.
3. Who is at the very top of the religious hierarchy in the primitive community?
(a) Satanic Science Practitioner.
(b) The Cardinal of Sin.
(c) Arch Vicar of Belial.
(d) The Pope of Darkness.
4. What injures Miss Ethel Hook when she goes to look for Dr. Poole?
(b) An arrow shot by a primitive.
(c) Gamma radiation.
(d) A poisonous snake.
5. According to the Arch Vicar, what does Man call Progress?
(a) The appeasement of Belial.
(b) The enlightenment of the soul.
(c) The wickedness of graverobbing.
(d) The destruction of the earth.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who orders all the mothers to the "place of shame"?
2. What explanation does the Arch Vicar have for his community's restricted mating patterns?
3. What is the reason that sex has become seasonal for the primitive community?
4. Which two concepts does the Arch Vicar blame for the fall of mankind?
5. What does the congregation chant as the babies are sacrificed?
Short Essay Questions
1. Describe the events in which Dr. Poole and Loola are assigned new jobs in the primitive community.
2. According to the Arch Vicar, did Belial need the atomic bomb to assure the destruction of mankind?
3. 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?
4. Does the Arch Vicar wish for Dr. Poole to join the church? Why or why not?
5. What effect has the Industrial Revolution had on humanity according to the Arch Vicar?
6. What restrictions are placed on mating in the primitive community? What happens to those who dare to disobey?
7. Describe the initial entrance of the Arch Vicar.
8. Describe the scene, including the chanting, taking place in the Los Angeles Coliseum at the height of the Purification Ceremonies.
9. Describe Dr. Poole's emotional state of mind after being ravished by the two mulatto girls.
10. Provide the following characters' views on sex: the Arch Vicar, the Chief, and Dr. Poole.
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