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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Paul Cézanne can be said to form the bridge between late 19th century Impressionism and what early 20th century's new line of artistic inquiry?
2. Breton concludes Section 5 wondering if perhaps the connection between the coast, the house, the murder, and his desire for solitude do not constitute an ______ and a deliberate undoing.
3. Brittany is located where in France?
4. In describing Lamba, Breton wrote, "This young woman who just entered appeared to be swathed in mist - clothed in" what?
5. In what year was "Sunflower" written?
6. What was Jacqueline Lamba's occupation?
7. In what year was Salvador Dali born?
8. Who wrote New Justine, which was lauded by Breton in Section 5?
(a) Charles Baudelaire.
(b) Marquis de Sade.
(c) Antonin Artaud.
(d) Salvador Dali.
9. What did Breton refer to as "a splendid fourteenth-century French town today abandoned to gypsies"?
(a) Tour Saint-Jacques.
(b) ÃŽle Saint-Louis.
(c) Bois de Boulogne.
10. Who was presumably with Breton in Brittany in Section 6?
11. In Section 5, Breton made the connection between lovers as linked and lacy grass and as what in turn?
(b) Trees and flowers.
(d) Kittens and puppies.
12. While Section 5 ends by extolling love and passion, Section 6 emphasizes what?
13. In Section 4, Breton cites one of his poems where the tower sways like what?
(a) A sunflower.
(b) A bridge.
(c) A tree.
(d) A blade of grass.
14. What is the narrative point of view Breton used in describing his trip to Brittany, in Section 6?
(a) First person singular.
(b) Second person plural.
(c) First person plural.
(d) Third person singular.
15. What poem of Baudelaire's is discussed in Section 5?
Short Answer Questions
1. When was Jacqueline Lamba born?
2. When was Pierre Reverdy born?
3. Breton refers to the myth of Venus and the what?
4. What did Breton write that he considered "temptation" to be?
5. Who wrote the film, L'Age d'or?
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