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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Section 3.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What refers to everyday items that can be transformed into art objects or reinterpreted as objects outside their intended utilitarian purpose?
(a) Creative items.
(b) Art items.
(c) Catalyst items.
(d) Found items.
2. Breton announces in Section 2 that one of the purposes of Mad Love will be to explore _____ encounter with chance.
(a) His son's.
(b) His wife's.
(c) His daughter's
(d) His own.
3. What did the dishwasher shout in the diner, as described by Breton in Section 1?
(a) "Poisson soluble."
(c) "La bouche!"
(d) "S'il Vous Plaît."
4. With whom does Breton relate a trip to a flea market in Section 3?
(a) Salvador Dali.
(b) Alberto Giacometti.
(c) Paul Cezanne.
(d) Paul Eluard.
5. What is the second of the two essential questions posed by Breton in Section 2?
(a) "What do you consider the essential encounter of your life?"
(b) "To what extent did this encounter seem to you, and, does it seem to you now, to be fortuitous or foreordained?"
(c) "What do you want the most out of life?"
(d) "What is the meaning of life?"
Short Answer Questions
1. What year was it that Breton recounted going to a restaurant, in Section 1?
2. Mad Love was written as a continuation of what previous work which explored a relationship with a woman who later turned out to be mentally unstable?
3. Breton recalls a trip to the flea market in what year, in Section 3?
4. Breton noted in Section 2 that answering how a memory might stand out as a sign of the spontaneous was likely not an appropriate answer to be sought through what?
5. Who wrote The Poverty of Philosophy?
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