Life Is Elsewhere Multiple Choice Test Questions

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Part I: The Poet is Born, Chaps. 1-5, pp. 1-27

1. According to Maman, where was the poet conceived?
(a) In the apartment of the father's colleague.
(b) In her apartment.
(c) In the countryside near Prague.
(d) On a park bench.

2. According to the poet's father, where was the poet conceived?
(a) In the mother's apartment.
(b) In the apartment of his colleague.
(c) In the countryside near Prague.
(d) On a park bench.

3. How does Maman view her love for the young engineer?
(a) As her life's consuming passion.
(b) As a passing fling.
(c) As a revolt against her parents' prosaic lives.
(d) As the preface for the love for her child.

4. In looking at the Apollo statue, what does Maman hope?
(a) That her son will inherit the god's divine attributes.
(b) That the gods will treat her child favorably.
(c) That her son will resemble the god rather than his human father.
(d) That Apollo will protect her son from the world.

5. Why does Maman welcome her pregnancy?
(a) She sees it as the final step of independence from her parents.
(b) She sees the family as a trio filling the universe.
(c) She thinks perhaps her husband will truly love her.
(d) She has always wanted to be a mother.

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