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This test consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does the quiet voices under every pillow encourage the children in the Elementary Class Consciousness exhort the children to be happy with?
2. What does the leader of the dance get from the chest and throw from person to person?
3. What do the people at the Solidarity Service invite the Greater Being to do?
4. At what age do the citizens of the civilization reach their end?
5. Where does Bernard call to tell the story of Linda and John?
Short Essay Questions
1. What has replaced the pursuit of knowledge by the end of chapter five?
2. Describe the game of Centrifugal Bumble-puppy.
3. What does the Director say that a love of nature is for they lower castes?
4. Why wasn't John able to marry the girl that he loved on the reservation?
5. What event makes Lenina sob after witnessing at the savage reservation?
6. Why does Mustapha Monda agree to Bernard's plan?
7. What adjectives did John use to identify with Pope?
8. What does Henry remark as he and Lenina overlook the crematorium?
9. What horrifies Lenina about the Indian guide?
10. What chant is said over and over as the group at the Solidarity Service dances in a circle slapping each other's bottoms?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Write an essay describing how many of the characters of this novel are as imprisoned as the savages are on the reservation.
Essay Topic 2
After his mother dies, John feels unwanted and alone. Write an essay explaining how and why John feels this way. Use information and specific details from the text to support your answer.
Essay Topic 3
Write an essay, using information from the text and from your own personal experience, to address the statement posed by the controller that without misery, there is no need for religion, which is just another moral conditioning program.
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