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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 the author use shells in relation to life?
(a) To show wonder
(b) To illustrate the stages
(c) To demonstrate love
(d) To think about death
2. What types of habits does the daily life of marriage have?
(a) Strong and weak
(b) Feminine and masculine
(c) Good and bad
(d) Work and play
3. What is there little time at home to do, according to the author?
(a) Eat a leisurely meal
(b) Walk the dog in the park
(c) Play golf
(d) Conscious reflection with or without people
4. What is difficult for a person in a crowd to do?
(a) Get to work on time
(b) Be the boss
(c) Stand out
(d) Change someone's opinion
5. What do Anne and her visitor do in the morning?
Short Answer Questions
1. As far as relationships go, what does the author say is generally not an option?
2. Between what two poles have women swung, in the past?
3. What does the author say each person must develop on his/her own?
4. How does Anne feel as she leaves the sea?
5. What might limit a person's outlook on life?
Short Essay Questions
1. Anne talks about the different needs for aging adults. What are some of the ideas she expresses?
2. How does Anne see the benefit of meeting people on an island as opposed to in a city?
3. How does the author see the beginning of a marriage for most people?
4. How does Anne feel as she leaves the island and what does she think about her time?
5. How does Anne relate the Argonauta shell to her life?
6. How does the author relate decorating with a few objects to people in crowds?
7. What does Anne see as the difference in caring between the modern world and when life was less technical?
8. What does Anne think middle age might bring to her relationships?
9. Does the author believe she will be able to practice at home what she learned on the island? Why or why not?
10. How does Anne see the difference between everyday task at home and on the island?
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