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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 Pound describe "And Therefore Tending?"
(a) An ode.
(b) A mission statement.
(c) A brochure.
(d) An educational essay.
2. What is said of the intellect of the man discussed in the epilogue?
3. What did England's special darkness cause an interruption in?
4. How does Pound describe the title "Guide to Kulchur?"
5. Where were people sent for systemized information in Pound's youth?
Short Answer Questions
1. The epilogue discusses a man by what name?
2. How many pages of notes did Pound use in writing "And Therefore Tending?"
3. What is based on ignoble elements?
4. What happens to civilization when people prefer a small amount of great things to a large amount of average things?
5. Whose influence does Pound think should be respected?
Short Essay Questions
1. What makes "Tone" a universal essay?
2. Why is "And Therefore Tending" such a long essay? What is its purpose?
3. What does pastoral mean? How does Pound use it in "Epilogue?"
4. What does "Kung" say about Confucius?
5. In what book of "And Therefore Tending" does Pound's view of Aristotle change? How does it change?
6. What does "Odes: Risks" explain about Confucian teaching?
7. What losses does the essay "Losses" refer to?
8. What significance does Grant have in American history, according to Pound?
9. How does Pound feel about "Guide to Kulchur"? How do you know?
10. What is Pound's analysis of Aristotle in "Watch the Beaneries?"
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