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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What was Richard like when he went to the Netherlands with C.?
2. Though he finds it easier to talk to Helen, whom does Richard want to talk to instead?
3. What is the consequence of C.'s response to Richard's work?
(a) She loses passion for her own.
(b) She gives up all her time for her own work.
(c) She loses a competition for funding for her work.
(d) She makes herself miserable and alienates herself from her family.
4. What does implementation F do as Richard trains it?
(a) Shut down certain circuits.
(b) Create redundant data paths.
(c) Rearrange its circuitry.
(d) Build new circuits.
5. What does Helen need to do, in order to win the contest?
(a) Console a grieving person.
(b) Understand but remain aloof from human experience.
(c) Replicate human experience.
(d) Write poetry.
6. What does Richard feel about C.'s coming home in tears?
(a) She should toughen up.
(b) The phase will pass.
(c) The tears are necessary in this kind of experience.
(d) It is his fault.
7. What do Richard and C. do to relieve the tension in their relationship?
(a) Speak with each other only as needed.
(d) Make love.
8. What does Richard say writers should never hope to do?
(a) Make money.
(b) Win critical praise.
(c) Create living works.
(d) Get famous.
9. What is Helen's favorite poem?
(a) 'Because I would not stop for death'.
(b) 'The Most of It'.
(c) 'Evening Hymn'.
(d) 'Poison Tree'.
10. What caused C. to come home in tears when she lived with Richard in the Netherlands?
(a) Her inability to master the material of her certification program.
(b) Her distaste for business studies.
(c) Being older than other students.
(d) Her longing for home.
11. What does Richard give Philip Lentz as evidence for this assertion?
(a) Helen gives different answers to the same question, depending on the day.
(b) Helen understands object permanence.
(c) Helen does not perform unless she wants to.
(d) Helen understands her own mortality.
12. How does Richard think about his letters to C.?
(a) Acts of devotion to her.
(b) Revenge for her affairs.
(c) Repayment for the stories she told him.
(d) Consolation for her losses.
13. What does Richard teach Helen to do?
(a) Create images from poems.
(c) Categorize poems.
(d) Feel a poem.
14. What did Richard's letters to C. contain?
(a) Declarations of love.
(b) Criticisms of her work.
(c) Details of his affairs.
(d) Memories of their time together.
15. What kind of thinking does implementation F demonstrate?
Short Answer Questions
1. About what kind of advances does Diana tell Richard?
2. What did Richard and C. decide when she went back to the Netherlands?
3. What does Richard ask Helen during the training?
4. What does Helen have to be able to do in order to analyze literature?
5. What does Diana call Richard's book?
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