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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. According to Breton, "____, the only motive of the world, ____, the only rigor humans must be acquainted with, where could I better situated to adore it than on the inside of the cloud?
2. Who directed the film, L'Age d'or?
(a) Salvador Dali.
(b) Luis Bunuel.
(c) Paul Cezanne.
(d) Andre Breton.
3. When was Paul Cezanne born?
4. Who was a Trojan hero, the son of the prince Anchises and the goddess Aphrodite?
5. What did Breton write that he considered "temptation" to be?
6. Venus is associated with what Greek goddess?
7. Who wrote Alice in Wonderland?
(a) Andre Breton.
(b) Richard Burns.
(c) Lewis Carroll.
(d) F. Walter Scott.
8. The killer in Section 6 claimed in court that he had been driven to exasperation in part due to his wife's long-standing refusal of what?
(b) Sexual advances.
(c) Doing housework.
(d) Having children.
9. Brittany is located where in France?
10. Where was Salvador Dali from?
11. In the end of Section 4, Breton sat in a restaurant with Paul Eluard and who?
(b) Salvador Dali.
(c) René Char.
(d) Paul Cezanne.
12. In his descriptions of Lamba, where did Breton write of "a tiny, unforgettable fern climbing the inside wall of an ancient well, the deepest, most somber, and most extensive of all those that I have ever leaned over"?
13. In what year did Breton describe a trip to Brittany, in Section 6?
14. Who does Breton refer to as a symbolic founder of civilization in Section 6?
15. Where did Breton and Lamba pass after the Tour Saint-Jacques?
(a) Bois de Boulogne.
(b) Quai aux Fleurs.
(d) ÃƒÆ’Ã…Â½le Saint-Louis.
Short Answer Questions
1. Where was Pierre Reverdy born?
2. Who wrote the film, L'Age d'or?
3. Jacqueline Lamba was which of Andre Breton's wives?
4. While Section 5 ends by extolling love and passion, Section 6 emphasizes what?
5. Who wrote New Justine, which was lauded by Breton in Section 5?
This section contains 351 words
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