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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. Pound wants people to know that Hadyn is similarly great to whom?
2. The man discussed in the epilogue is described as the last ______ mind.
3. What habit does America have about history, according to Pound?
(a) Rewriting it.
(b) Arguing it.
(c) Ignoring it.
(d) Slanting it.
4. What kind of piece is "Guide to Kulchur?"
5. What essay is the the main title for the subtitle: "Is what you can pick up and/or get in touch with, by talk with the most intelligence men of the period?"
(a) "The Culture of an Age."
(b) "Time Lag."
(c) "The Novel and So Forth."
Short Answer Questions
1. What happens to civilization when people prefer a small amount of great things to a large amount of average things?
2. What is said of the intellect of the man discussed in the epilogue?
3. Where were people sent for systemized information in Pound's youth?
4. What author is addressed at the beginning of "Study of Physiognomy?"
5. "Arabia Deserta" begins with discussions of old writings that identify high and low what?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is the relationship between usury and the arts?
2. What does Pound say matters most, according to "Decline of the Adamses"?
3. What significance does Grant have in American history, according to Pound?
4. What makes "Tone" a universal essay?
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 does pastoral mean? How does Pound use it in "Epilogue?"
8. What does "Kung" say about Confucius?
9. What does Pound say about Communism in "The Proof of the Pudding"?
10. What three institutions are seen in the world, according to "Recapitulate"?
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