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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. In "Erato: Love Poetry," what causes the woman to take a step backward?
(a) The glaring text on the screen.
(b) The whiteness of the screen.
(c) The gunfire on the screen.
(d) The sound of the music.
2. What is the first action of the woman in "Thalia: Comedy"?
(a) She writes a letter.
(b) She answers a call.
(c) She sits in a theater.
(d) She walks to a well.
3. What is in the basket the woman sets before the young girl in "Polymnia: Sacred Poetry"?
(a) Pockets of unknown goods.
(b) Bibles for the village.
(c) Foods of all types.
(d) Jars of water.
4. What did Mrs. Claxton's sister threaten to do before the friend wrote the letter?
(a) Kill herself.
(b) Divulge information.
(c) Leave her husband.
(d) Kill the children.
5. According to the narrator of "Elitere: Lyric Poetry," what has the power to remove the stain of memory?
Short Answer Questions
1. Which place is mentioned at the end of 'Aller'?
2. In "Erato: Love Poetry," how does the husband treat the wife?
3. What will happen after the communion preparations in "Terpischore: Choral Dance"?
4. To what does the narrator of "Erato: Love Poetry" compare the wife's relationship to her husband?
5. In "Terpischore: Choral Dance," what does water on the surface of the stone capture?
Short Essay Questions
1. Describe the woman's experience of the cinema in "Erato: Love Poetry."
2. Describe the contents of the chart in "Polymnia: Sacred Poetry."
3. Describe the earth in "Terpischore: Choral Dance."
4. Discuss the significance of cinema scene in the opening of "Erato: Love Poetry."
5. Discuss the use of light and dark in the opening of "Elitere: Lyric Poetry."
6. Describe the wife's relationship with her husband in "Erato: Love Poetry."
7. Describe the image at the opening of "Terpischore: Choral Dance."
8. What does the woman give to the young girl in "Polymnia: Sacred Poetry"?
9. What is the significance of the series of concentric circles in "Polymnia: Sacred Poetry"?
10. Why is the young girl at the well in "Polymnia: Sacred Poetry"?
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