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Richard Powers
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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. What does Richard read to implementation H?
(a) Shakespeare.
(b) Donne.
(c) Catalogs.
(d) Anything he can think of.

2. What does Helen conclude from reading William Blake's 'Poison Tree'?
(a) Writing is its own form of artificial intelligence.
(b) Life can be reduced to black and white decisions.
(c) Man has created fictional absolutes to live by.
(d) Life is a gray area between absolutes.

3. What does Richard feel about C.'s coming home in tears?
(a) The tears are necessary in this kind of experience.
(b) She should toughen up.
(c) The phase will pass.
(d) It is his fault.

4. What does Richard tell Philip Lentz about Helen in section X?
(a) She is alive.
(b) She is conscious.
(c) She is unhappy.
(d) She is at war with herself.

5. What is C's response as Richard buries himself in his work?
(a) She is supportive.
(b) She is critical.
(c) She devotes herself to filling his needs.
(d) She is aloof from him.

6. What is the downside of Richard's work in C.'s experience?
(a) She forgets her own language.
(b) She loses her connection to the real world.
(c) She comes to mistake his characters' lives for her own.
(d) She speaks in artificial literary language.

7. What is Helen's favorite poem?
(a) 'Because I would not stop for death'.
(b) 'The Most of It'.
(c) 'Poison Tree'.
(d) 'Evening Hymn'.

8. What does Helen ask Richard?
(a) If he can love her.
(b) Whether he has ever loved a woman.
(c) Whether she will ever know love.
(d) Whether he has ever loved anything he created.

9. What was the lovemaking like at the end of Richard's relationship with C.?
(a) Fierce.
(b) Taciturn.
(c) Whimsical.
(d) Dispassionate.

10. What kind of thinking does implementation F demonstrate?
(a) Associative.
(b) Meditative.
(c) Reflexive.
(d) Abstract.

11. What does Lentz recommend Richard teach to Helen?
(a) Chess.
(b) Backgammon.
(c) Opera.
(d) Books others will pick.

12. What causes Richard to come home in tears?
(a) Sadness over the imminent breakup with C.
(b) Desire for marriage with C.
(c) Frustration with the Dutch language.
(d) Nostalgia for the U.S.

13. Whose influence does Richard talk about over coffee?
(a) Taylor.
(b) Nietzsche.
(c) Wordsworth.
(d) Emerson.

14. What does Richard realize about the things he could teach Helen?
(a) Some things are more important than others.
(b) The list is endless.
(c) None of the answers is correct.
(d) Consciousness can develop out of a small number of ideas.

15. What does Helen have to be able to do in order to analyze literature?
(a) Cross-reference.
(b) Index.
(c) Meditate.
(d) Think.

Short Answer Questions

1. What kind of trauma did Audrey suffer?

2. What does Diana tell Richard about having read?

3. How does Richard crash implementation E?

4. What does Richard begin to understand about C. when they live in the Netherlands together?

5. What is Richard's role in Philip Lentz's project?

(see the answer keys)

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