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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. How does the structure of the oyster shell appear?
(a) Evenly spaced
(b) Intricate and planned
(c) It has no structure
(d) Sprawling and uneven
2. How does the author use shells in relation to life?
(a) To demonstrate love
(b) To illustrate the stages
(c) To show wonder
(d) To think about death
3. What does the Argonauta represent to Anne?
(a) To strive for rare objects
(b) To look for balance
(c) To have a good relationship with her children
(d) Not clinging too tightly to the past
4. What does the author intend to do about the societal implications of age?
(a) Ignore them
(b) Survive them
(c) Mitigate them
(d) Get rid of them
5. How are most actions taken for helping people in modern life?
(a) On a case by case basis
(b) On behalf of the whole
(c) Without thought of the repercussions
(d) To benefit self rather than others
Short Answer Questions
1. What is the relationship of the Argonauta to its shell?
2. What does the author say makes it impossible to stand up for each person in existence?
3. What does the author plan to do about her life upon returning home?
4. How does Anne see what she's learned the past two weeks?
5. What types of habits does the daily life of marriage have?
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