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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What did Richard and C. have to furnish their apartment?
(a) Inherited furniture.
(b) Expensive new furniture.
(c) Used furniture.
(d) Dilapidated furniture.
2. Why is Richard upset by his lunch with Philip Lentz and others?
(a) He cannot forget the hurt feelings felt by the people Lentz insults.
(b) He is afraid for the state of modern science.
(c) He is terrified by the fragility of the current peace.
(d) He is concerned that the others' research is overlooking one vital principle.
3. For how long were Richard and C. happy together?
(a) Seven years.
(b) Six months.
(c) Ten years.
(d) Two years.
4. Where does Richard draw the characters for his novels?
(a) His lovers and their time together.
(b) His family history.
(c) His ex-lovers' families.
(d) His family.
5. What does C. get in the mail that drags her spirits down?
(a) Letters from an old lover.
(b) Letters from her family.
(c) Rejection letters from schools.
(d) A promotion.
6. Who is Diana?
(a) Philip Lentz's lover.
(b) The person answering the questions for implementation C.
(c) Philip Lentz's research assistant.
(d) Richard's lover.
7. What does Richard conclude about Lentz's feelings about working together?
(a) That he wants to work alone.
(b) That he wants to get help but take all the credit.
(c) That he wants Richard to stay on the project.
(d) That he wants to push Richard away from the project.
8. What was Richard admitted to after he parted with C.?
(a) A research position.
(b) A teaching job.
(c) A think tank.
(d) A Ph.D. program.
9. What draws Richard to Philip Lentz's office?
(a) Loud conversation.
(b) He hears John Donne's poetry.
(d) Mozart music.
10. What did C. feel when her family told her that they were moving?
11. What does Richard suggest to Philip Lentz as a result of his conversation with Diana?
(a) Ears for the implementations.
(b) Emotional histories for the implementations.
(c) Eyes for the implementations.
(d) New avenues for funding.
12. What does Richard think about after the scene of Philip Lentz's experiment?
(a) The abilities of robots.
(b) The sadness of being human.
(c) His first year with C.
(d) The text Lentz chose.
13. What does Philip Lentz lead Richard to believe?
(a) That C. was trying to get in touch with him.
(b) That implementation C had made huge strides.
(c) That he was giving Richard credit for implementation C's advances.
(d) That implementation B was a failure.
14. What is Richard worried about after his lunch with Philip Lentz and the others?
(a) Imminent political instability.
(b) Science stagnating.
(c) His project failing.
(d) Economic collapse.
15. What does Richard think about after he gets the invitation from Diana Hartrick?
(a) Going home for dinner.
(b) Meeting C.
(c) Making love with C.
(d) Making love with Diana Hartrick.
Short Answer Questions
1. How does Richard describe his relationship with C.?
2. What does Richard do at his office night?
3. Where did Richard meet C.?
4. What is Richard doing at the beginning of section IV?
5. Philip Lentz's tirade make Richard think of _____.
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