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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. How does Richard refer to Philip Lentz in their second meeting?
2. What causes Richard to threaten to leave Philip Lentz's project?
(a) Lentz's sexism.
(b) Lentz's cynicism.
(c) Lentz's drinking.
(d) Problems with its theoretical foundations.
3. What happened near the time Richard published his first book?
(a) C. got pregnant.
(b) C. heard that her parents were moving.
(c) C. moved back to live with her parents.
(d) C. received a promotion.
4. What is Richard having difficulty with in the present moment, in the beginning of section II?
(a) Devising a plot for his next novel.
(b) Getting paid.
(c) Getting in touch with his editor.
(d) Remembering things.
5. How does Harold Plover treat Richard at lunch?
(a) He baits him.
(b) He encourages him.
(c) He insults him.
(d) He confides in him.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Richard suggest to Philip Lentz as a result of his conversation with Diana?
2. What change does Philip Lentz make in implementation B?
3. What happens during Philip Lentz's experiment?
4. What does Diana invite Richard to after chastising him?
5. What is Richard's response when he finds out that Philip Lentz has been deceiving him?
Short Essay Questions
1. What are Philip Lentz and Diana Hartrick discussing when Richard sees them at the campus bar?
2. What advances does implementation G make after implementation F?
3. Why was the fact of C.'s parents moving to Limburg a crisis for Richard and C.?
4. What is back propagation?
5. How do Richard and Lentz differ in their approaches to the project?
6. What does Lentz do when Richard asks him about his wife?
7. What changes with implementation H?
8. What does Richard feel about participating in Lentz's project?
9. What has Lentz accomplished by the time he builds implementation F?
10. Who is Philip Lentz and how does Richard meet him?
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