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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Part I, Section II, Vortex, Great Bass, Ici Je Teste, Tradition.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What essay is noted by the author to be dry, but that something worthwhile can come from reading it?
(a) "Sparta 776 B.C."
(c) "Digest of the Analects."
(d) "The New Learning Part One."
2. Who is the author of "Guide to Kulchur"?
(a) Ezra Pound.
(b) W. E. B. DuBois.
(c) T. S. Eliot.
(d) William Shakespeare.
3. What did the moderns conquer?
(a) Philosophical discourse.
(b) Spiritual open-mindedness.
(c) Material reality.
(d) Economic stability.
4. What is the first essay in Section II?
(b) "Great Bass."
(c) "Ici Je Teste."
5. Which sort of ideas are the men of today almost exclusively concerned with, according to Pound?
(a) Ideas that guide action and serve as rules of conduct.
(b) Ideas that do not actually exist.
(c) Ideas that are meant to lead culture to evolve.
(d) Ideas that guide action and serve as rules of conduct.
Short Answer Questions
1. What program of Pound's will bring ideas to everyone and all will know their positions?
2. What requirement for confirmation in Christianity does Pound lament in the essay "Tradition?"
3. What recent social encyclical comments on economic matters?
4. What does Pound discuss at the beginning of "Sparta 776 B.C.?"
5. What does Pound lament the decline of in "Zweck or the Aim?"
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