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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Book 1, Either/Or : Chapter 11, Equilibrium - Part 2.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does the author say his era has discerned about romantic love very well?
(a) The fleeting quality of it.
(b) The weakness of it.
(c) The non-existence of it.
(d) The strength of it.
2. What concept does the author of the letter introduce at the beginning of this section?
(a) The concept of Either/Or.
(b) The concept of bilocation.
(c) The concept of moral accountability.
(d) The concept of relativity.
3. Why does the author suggest the young man may be "depressed" and fear marriage?
(a) Perhaps the young man has not been taking his medication.
(b) The young man may be thinking, "She doesn't really love me; all love is false."
(c) The young man's parents were unhappy in their marriage and abused him all his life.
(d) The young man may be thinking, "Everything may change; what if this person that now I almost worship may change; what if, what if, etc."
4. What one word does the author say can describe love?
(a) It is light.
(b) It is excruciating.
(c) It is futile.
(d) It is immediate.
5. The author asserts that just as nothing is impossible for God, nothing is impossible for whom?
(a) The humble individual.
(b) The pure individual.
(c) The religious individual.
(d) The powerful individual.
Short Answer Questions
1. To what does the author of the letter compare the young man at the end of this section?
2. What does the author say that every order of life, including marriage, has?
3. What does the author say it is easy to do?
4. How does the author describe the way of history?
5. What is the author's stated attitude toward these feelings?
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