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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 announces the call in "Thalia: Comedy"?
(a) The ringing.
(b) A sign.
(c) A knock on the door.
(d) A servant.
2. In "Elitere: Lyric Poetry," what colors does the speaker describe in the sky?
(a) Blue, yellow, then black.
(b) Black then white.
(c) Rust, orange, then yellow.
(d) Lavendar, mauve, then white.
3. Why are the tongue and words dead in "Elitere: Lyric Poetry"?
4. What color are the subtitles that appear on the screen in "Erato: Love Poetry"?
5. Which of the following describes the connection between mother and child in "Erato: Love Poetry"?
(a) The mother does not recognize herself in the infant.
(b) The mother feels disconnected from the child.
(c) The child's hunger is the mother's.
(d) The child is an extension of the husband.
Short Answer Questions
1. Which theater seat does the woman take in "Erato: Love Poetry"?
2. What meteorological event occurs during "Terpischore: Choral Dance"?
3. In "Elitere: Lyric Poetry," who is the one to restore spring?
4. How long does the mother in "Elitere: Lyric Poetry" wait to be discovered?
5. According to the narrator of "Elitere: Lyric Poetry," when does the ink spill thickest?
Short Essay Questions
1. Describe the young girl's attire in "Polymnia: Sacred Poetry."
2. Discuss the use of light and dark in the opening of "Elitere: Lyric Poetry."
3. Why does Cha include the first letter to Mrs. Laura Claxton?
4. Examine the imagery of the veil in "Elitere: Lyric Poetry."
5. Discuss the narrator's treatment of memory in "Elitere: Lyric Poetry."
6. Why does Cha include the second, handwritten, letter to Mrs. Laura Claxton?
7. Describe the image at the opening of "Terpischore: Choral Dance."
8. How does speech relate to memory in "Elitere: Lyric Poetry"?
9. Describe the contents of the chart in "Polymnia: Sacred Poetry."
10. Discuss at least two possible meanings of the partition imagery which appears in "Elitere: Lyric Poetry."
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