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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Which author does Forster say his own priggishness prevents him from enjoying?
(a) Oscar Wilde.
(b) George Meredith.
(c) Conan Doyle.
(d) Jane Austen.
2. What is the setting of The Ambassadors?
3. What is the name of the main character in The Ambassadors?
4. Forster says he will borrow from what in describing pattern?
5. What is the name of the main character in Ulysses?
(a) Humphrey Ward.
(b) Leopold Bloom.
(c) William Seymour.
(d) George Ulysses.
6. The Magic Flute is a parody of the work of whom?
7. What does Forster say is the enduring effect of The Ambassadors?
8. What is the name of the last ship in Moby Dick that Forster thinks is aptly named?
9. Who is the author of Les Faux Monnayeurs?
(a) Andre Gide.
(b) Thomas Hardy.
(c) Anthony Trollope.
(d) Charles Dickens.
10. Forster says an easy way to define any aspect of fiction is to consider what kind of ___________ it makes on the reader.
11. Flecker's Magic by Norman Matson is about a _________.
12. Which author does Forster refer to as a preacher, not a prophet?
(a) Henry James.
(b) James Joyce.
(c) Fyodor Dostoevsky.
(d) George Eliot.
13. When comparing plot and drama, Forster visualizes plot as what?
(a) Grand Dame.
(b) Queen of England.
(c) Higher government official.
(d) Lowly paid worker.
14. What is the setting for Flecker's Magic?
15. What novel does Forster refer to when discussing the supernatural aspect of fantasy?
(a) Wisdom's Window.
(b) Tristram Shandy.
(c) Shane McDadey.
(d) All The Gods.
Short Answer Questions
1. A plot requires a reader's intelligence and __________.
2. In comparing music and literature, Forster says a novelist must try to achieve what?
3. Which Meredith novel does Forster discuss at length?
4. Forster calls Zuleika Dobson the most ___________ achievement of fantasy in his time.
5. Forster says there are elements of music in War and Peace, which he refers to as a "___________ book."
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