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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. The man discussed in the epilogue is described as the last ______ mind.
2. Hebrews are primitive what?
3. The first essay in Part IV, Section IX is "Education or ______."
4. How does Pound feel about the philosopher discussed in "To Recapitulate?"
(a) He thinks highly of him.
(b) He believes he does not measure up to other philosophers.
(c) He believes he should be removed from the canon.
(d) He has not read him.
5. What is the longest essay of the book?
(a) "And Therefore Tending."
(b) "Study of Physiognomy."
(c) "Pergamena Deest."
(d) "Watch the Beaners."
Short Answer Questions
1. Who does Pound briefly attack in "Royalty and All That?"
2. Who does Pound want to write for?
3. Where were people sent for systemized information in Pound's youth?
4. What is based on ignoble elements?
5. Whose autobiography has a lag between his death in 1861 and its publication in 1920?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Pound say about Plato in "To Recapitulate?"
2. In what book of "And Therefore Tending" does Pound's view of Aristotle change? How does it change?
3. What did Mussolini say about poetry? What does Pound think of this?
4. What does "Kung" say about Confucius?
5. According to "Arabia Deserta". what significance does economics have in a culture?
6. What is the relationship between usury and the arts?
7. Explain Pound's famous Cantos.
8. What is Pound's analysis of Aristotle in "Watch the Beaneries?"
9. What are the two mystical states explained by Pound? How do they affect philosophers?
10. What does pastoral mean? How does Pound use it in "Epilogue?"
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