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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. It is common for friendships to change if those friendships have been made when?
(a) When dying.
(b) Middle age.
(c) In college.
2. Which composer does Nietzsche refer to as being the interlude of the mellow old soul?
3. Nietzsche talks about two kinds of moralities that are prevalent on earth; they are subtle and _____ moralities.
4. Man's morality is different and therefore is likely to shine in what way?
(c) In different colors.
5. Senses and ______ are two ways in which a philosopher experiences many things.
6. Who is the first composer to be mentioned in this chapter?
7. It is also crucial for different cultures to understand one another's:
8. The new age throughout Europe has spawned a new strain of which school of thought?
(a) Pure faith.
(b) Religious freedom.
9. Who was the first person to receive a copy of "Aftersong?"
(a) Von Stein.
(b) Van Holstein.
(c) Van Helsing.
(d) Von Trapp.
10. What piece written by that composer is Nietzsche's favorite?
(a) Overture to the Meistersinger.
(b) Ode to Joy.
(c) Don Giovanni.
(d) The Magic Flute.
11. Nietzsche refers to the "new European" as being what?
12. Who is Nietzsche waiting for in the poem?
13. In Nietzsche's eyes, ______ does not always equal superiority.
14. What is a most difficult thing to be understood by a man that is noble?
15. One must be careful not to commit self-denial and self-____________.
Short Answer Questions
1. Nietzsche believes that an entity was created simply to encourage man to return to the workday. What is that entity?
2. What is the one thing that will allow man to gain strength?
3. The man who has suffered profoundly also believes that through suffering, one is able to gain ______.
4. In what location does the majority of the poem take place?
5. If a woman attempts to prove something for the sake of womankind, the author states that she has corrupted what?
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