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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Book 2: Appendix 4.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. According to the author, what are the two reasons for the manner in which visionaries are received?
(a) Religious and philosophical.
(b) Chemical and physical.
(c) Philosophical and chemical.
(d) Physical and religious.
2. What is the difference between the two techniques the author describes in Appendix 1?
(a) One involves chemicals, while the other makes use of physics.
(b) One is costly, while the other is inexpensive.
(c) One is well-researched, while the other is relatively unknown.
(d) One is completely non-toxic, while the other has some lasting side effects.
3. What two techniques, according to the author, can produce effects similar to those of mescalin?
(a) Fasting and sensory deprivation.
(b) Meditation and sensory deprivation.
(c) Fasting and meditation.
(d) Hypnosis and fasting.
4. What development contributed greatly, according to the author, to pageantry and theatrical spectacle?
(b) Artificial lighting.
(c) Mass production of clothing and jewelry.
(d) Widespread literacy.
5. How are light and color typically experienced by mescalin users while they are under the influence of the drug?
(a) They appear in soft, rounded shapes, such as balls or orbs.
(b) They appear in geometric shapes, such as buildings or mosaics.
(c) They appear as movement trails and waves.
(d) They appear in natural patterns and tessellations.
Short Answer Questions
1. What was the style of the new Art of Versailles, according to the author?
2. The "new Art of Versailles" was deliberately cultivated, according to the author, during the reign of which king?
3. What is unique about La Tour's paintings, according to the author?
4. Which of La Tour's paintings does the author mention by name at the end of Appendix 4?
5. Which is NOT an object or work of art that the author references in comparison to the subjects of La Tour's paintings?
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