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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. Anne says that only by learning the truth and beauty in the individual we can do what?
(a) Deal with the whole
(b) Not have war
(c) Not have to deal with the world
(d) Not have crime
2. What does the author say a woman is full of?
(a) Ambiguity and contradiction
(b) Order and serenity
(c) Peace and chaos
(d) Love and hate
3. What does romantic love turn to, according to the author?
(c) Devotion and companionship
(d) Familial love
4. How common are the oyster shells?
(a) Very common
(b) Very rare
(c) Common only in Florida
(d) Somewhat rare
5. How does the author see the oyster shell?
(a) Beautiful and delicate
(b) Strange and alien
(c) Humble, awkward, and ugly
(d) As a cover for a pearl
Short Answer Questions
1. What do Anne and her visitor do in the afternoon?
2. What is the relationship of the Argonauta to its shell?
3. How does the visit effect Anne's path?
4. What do most friends in the city do that precludes the answer to question #153?
5. What does Anne say about a perfect day?
Short Essay Questions
1. What are some of the ideas the author expresses about the kinds of love and bonds formed in marriage?
2. What questions about her life and conclusions does Anne have as she thinks about the Argonauta ?
3. How has the world changed since modern communication?
4. What does Anne think middle age might bring to her relationships?
5. How does Anne feel about the years to come in her life?
6. How does Anne relate the Argonauta shell to her life?
7. How does the author relate decorating with a few objects to people in crowds?
8. Describe some of the information the author gives about the oyster shell.
9. How does the author see the beginning of a marriage for most people?
10. Anne talks about the different needs for aging adults. What are some of the ideas she expresses?
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