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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. How is the audience of the film in "Erato: Love Poetry" given the portrait of the woman?
(a) Through a look at all the people in her life.
(b) Through an intimate look at her possessions.
(c) Through an extreme close up of her face while she laughs.
(d) Through a vignette focused on the woman's face.
2. Which of the following describes the connection between mother and child in "Erato: Love Poetry"?
(a) The child is an extension of the husband.
(b) The mother does not recognize herself in the infant.
(c) The mother feels disconnected from the child.
(d) The child's hunger is the mother's.
3. During 'Memory,' what is happening in the theater?
(a) The audience is waiting for the film to begin.
(b) A seance is underway.
(c) The audience files out of the theater.
(d) A film is playing.
4. According to "Elitere: Lyric Poetry," how are words formed?
(a) The soul exudes words from the body.
(b) Air flows through the mouth.
(c) The tongue, teeth, and mouth form words.
(d) Secreted saliva forms words.
5. Which color appears first in the succession of colors described in "Terpischore: Choral Dance"?
6. According to the narrator, what system turns the seasons in "Terpischore: Choral Dance"?
(a) The rotation of the earth.
(b) The gods.
(c) The cycles.
(d) The cardinal directions.
7. Which theater seat does the woman take in "Erato: Love Poetry"?
(a) The seat closest the exit.
(b) The center seat in the back.
(c) The fourth from the left.
(d) The front cener seat.
8. If words are uttered in "Elitere: Lyric Poetry," where do they originate?
(a) From imposed social constructs.
(b) From within the soul.
(c) From outside.
(d) From behind the partition.
9. According to the list in "Polymnia: Sacred Poetry," what is Tai-Chi?
(a) A martial art.
(b) The universe.
(c) One's spirit.
(d) A sense of wholeness.
10. In "Polymnia: Sacred Poetry," what does the woman hand to the young girl at the well?
(a) A bowl of water.
(b) Money for a coach.
(c) Bread, wrapped in a napkin.
(d) A sacred book.
11. In "Elitere: Lyric Poetry," who is the one to restore spring?
(a) The speaker.
(b) The mother.
(c) The daughter.
12. How is the motion of film described in "Elitere: Lyric Poetry"?
(a) It moves quickly, at the pace of a humming bird.
(b) It moves slowly and jerkily along the reel.
(c) It moves smoothly from frame to frame.
(d) It moves at the pace of a hundred strokes.
13. In "Terpischore: Choral Dance," what does water on the surface of the stone capture?
(a) Vibrations from the sounds.
(b) Small insects.
(c) Dust particles floating by.
(d) Light in motion.
14. What veils the earth in "Terpischore: Choral Dance"?
15. What color do the names and the titles appear in in "Erato: Love Poetry"?
Short Answer Questions
1. In "Erato: Love Poetry," how many steps does the woman climb into the theater room?
2. What color light encircles the bowl the woman hands the girl in "Polymnia: Sacred Poetry"?
3. How does the narrator describe the columns in "Erato: Love Poetry"?
4. How is the young girl to serve the medicines she receives from the woman in "Polymnia: Sacred Poetry"?
5. What meteorological event occurs during "Terpischore: Choral Dance"?
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