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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. At the beginning of a relationship what kind of world exist for two people?
(b) A happier world
(c) A wider world
(d) An exciting world
2. What is Anne afraid of when she is alone and feeling peaceful?
(a) Being interrupted by another person
(b) That it will end
(c) That she will die
(d) That she will get angry
3. What effect does solitude have on people?
(a) different for each individual
4. How does the author think one's true identity is found?
(a) By losing oneself
(b) Having goals
(c) By giving of oneself
5. How does Anne feel about her roles in life?
(a) She deeply desires to maintain them
(b) They bore her
(c) She resents them
(d) She is indifferent to them
Short Answer Questions
1. What kind of atmosphere between people does a beach create?
2. For how long will the author be doing the answer in question #1?
3. What happens to the pencils she carries?
4. How have the author's "roles" in life effected her life?
5. What does she do with the books she has stashed in the bag?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is Anne's main goal and what would the fulfillment of this goal mean to her?
2. Why do some people try to stay in the first stage of a relationship?
3. What are the author's intentions for her time at the beach and is she successful?
4. What is the solution to problems in a relationship that the author says many people try? How effective is that solution?
5. What kind of examples does Anne use to illustrate simplicity in life?
6. Describe the author's understanding of the first stage of a relationship.
7. How does the author feel about the ocean and what happens to her when near it?
8. How does the author believe her life has been shaped?
9. Describe a double-sunrise shell?
10. What does the author say is the answer to the dilemma on how to remain intact and balanced against the forces of nature and shocking events in the periphery
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