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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 last plate in The Millennium of Hieronymus Bosch?
(a) "The Snake and the Apple."
(b) "The Sky of the Dawn."
(c) "The Cave of Pythagoras."
(d) "The Garden of Earthly Delights."
2. Miller believes he will die where?
(a) At a typewriter.
(b) In a car.
(c) At an easel.
(d) On a walk.
3. Moricand demands a deposit of how much money in his Paris account from Miller?
4. What French-speaking friend visits Miller but soon wants to throw Moricand off a cliff?
5. Miller writes in the Epilogue that he appreciates feedback and gifts, but asks that fans show appreciation by what?
(a) Buying his paintings.
(b) Buying his books.
(c) Mailing him money.
(d) Investing in his architecture.
Short Answer Questions
1. Moricand detests the Republic and seems to have had prior lives in ancient Alexandria and where else?
2. Despite his poverty, Moricand insists on fine clothing, perfume, and _____.
3. Where does Moricand develop a rash?
4. Moricand rants about Wharton wanting him to read who?
5. What is an absolute reality for Moricand?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Miller describe reading fan mail in the Epilogue?
2. What marital problems does Miller encounter during Part 3, Paradise Lost and how does he deal with them?
3. What criticisms does Miller assert of American values in Part 2, Peace and Solitude: a Potpourri, Chapter 15?
4. How does Miller work to solicit money for Conrad Moricand during their friendship?
5. What does Moricand think of Wharton's healing powers?
6. How does Miller describe his "addiction" to writing letters in the Epilogue?
7. Who does Miller call for to help take care of Moricand in Part 3, Paradise Lost? What is Moricand's condition at this point?
8. What is Moricand's philosophy on life? Does Miller agree or disagree?
9. What happens when Moricand attempts to find work after leaving Big Sur? What attempts are made to help him?
10. What is Miller's assessment of bureaucracy and the U.N. in Part 2, Peace and Solitude: a Potpourri, Chapter 15? What symbolic comparison does he make in this chapter?
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