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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. What does romantic love turn to, according to the author?
(a) Devotion and companionship
(d) Familial love
2. What does the author say makes it impossible to stand up for each person in existence?
(a) The lifespan of a person and demands placed on daily life
(b) The over population of the world
(c) The lack of knowledge
(d) The lack of heart and soul
3. The world is so large and devoid of individuality that the author worries about what?
(a) If it is possible to care sufficiently for the whole
(b) If life is becoming more difficult
(c) If people are becoming more violent
(d) If people just follow the trends
4. What about space around an object changes it?
(a) It could get lost
(b) It could change the color
(c) Someone might not see it and break it
(d) It can stand out and be noticed and admired
5. What do Anne and her visitor do in the afternoon?
(c) Physical work
Short Answer Questions
1. What does the author say the perfect day with her visitor represents?
2. When one lets go of the past one does one get?
3. Why does the author think at this stage of life a large house is not necessary?
4. As the author prepares to leave the island what saddens about her life at home?
5. For what was the Argonauta named?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Anne suggest each person must do as far as themselves is concerned and what effect would that have on a person's life?
2. What does Anne say women must discover for themselves and how?
3. How does being at home change the author's interaction with people?
4. How does Anne see the difference between everyday task at home and on the island?
5. How does the author use the metaphor of dance in writing about her sister's visit?
6. What does Anne say is the key to dealing with the whole and moving forward?
7. What questions about her life and conclusions does Anne have as she thinks about the Argonauta ?
8. Does the author believe she will be able to practice at home what she learned on the island? Why or why not?
9. How does Anne feel about people who are solely concerned about the problems of the whole?
10. What does Anne see as the difference in caring between the modern world and when life was less technical?
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