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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. In the end of Section 4, Breton sat in a restaurant with Paul Eluard and who?
(a) Paul Cezanne.
(b) René Char.
(d) Salvador Dali.
2. Who does Breton refer to as a symbolic founder of civilization in Section 6?
3. In Section 5, Breton compared passing through the rough landscape to the volcano with passing through what?
4. In what year was Salvador Dali born?
5. What did Breton suggest had had a major influence on his love life in Section 6?
6. Brittany is located where in France?
7. In what year was "Sunflower" written?
8. In reviewing his poem, "Sunflower," Breton wrote, "Today I am unhesitatingly convinced of its profound ____."
9. It was suggested to Breton that the house in Section 6 was where what had occurred?
(a) A hurricane.
(b) A vision.
(c) His dream.
(d) A murder.
10. When was Jacqueline Lamba born?
11. When was L'Age d'or released?
12. In Section 5, Breton described some of the automatic writing games, including the repetition of some "childhood mirages," most notably the phrases "tree for bread" and "tree for" what?
13. Breton described feeling an overwhelming need for what, while in Brittany in Section 6?
14. Where did Breton go to the top of a volcano in Section 5?
(a) Gran Canaria.
(d) La Palma.
15. Where did Breton and Lamba pass after the Tour Saint-Jacques?
(a) ÃƒÆ’Ã…Â½le Saint-Louis.
(c) Bois de Boulogne.
(d) Quai aux Fleurs.
Short Answer Questions
1. The film L'Age d'or was controversial because it was considered an attack on what?
2. In its ability to foresee his relationship with Lamba, Breton referred to the poem "Sunflower" as a poem of what?
3. Where was Pierre Reverdy born?
4. In Section 4, Breton cites one of his poems where the tower sways like what?
5. Breton wrote, "What is required most earnestly to keep up this sort of life loses all its value at the passage of the great _____."
This section contains 359 words
(approx. 2 pages at 300 words per page)