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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. When was the oldest known temple of Venus dedicated?
(a) 293 BC.
(b) 123 BC.
(c) 390 BC.
(d) 200 BC.
2. 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.
3. What did Breton refer to as "a splendid fourteenth-century French town today abandoned to gypsies"?
(a) ÃŽle Saint-Louis.
(b) Bois de Boulogne.
(d) Tour Saint-Jacques.
4. Venus is associated with what Greek goddess?
5. What did Breton refer to the fauna as on his trip to the volcano in Section 5?
6. Breton wrote, "What is required most earnestly to keep up this sort of life loses all its value at the passage of the great _____."
(a) Dream fruits.
(b) Mad love.
(c) Dream trees.
(d) Dream fantasy.
7. Regarding the poem, "Sunflower," Breton wrote, ""I say that there isn't anything in this poem of 1923 that did not announce the most important thing to happen to me in ____."
8. In Section 5, Breton compared passing through the rough landscape to the volcano with passing through what?
9. Breton regretted, in Section 4, that he no longer had the _____ of "Sunflower."
(a) Second version.
(b) Original manuscript.
(c) Third version.
(d) Last adaptation.
10. The film L'Age d'or was controversial because it was considered an attack on what?
(a) World War I.
(b) Western Civilization.
(c) The Anglican Church.
(d) The Catholic Church.
11. The island volcano that Breton went to in Section 5 was a part of what body of islands?
(a) Mediterranean Islands.
(b) Spanish Canary Islands.
(c) Hawaiian Islands.
(d) Virgin Islands.
12. Who wrote Alice in Wonderland?
(a) F. Walter Scott.
(b) Andre Breton.
(c) Richard Burns.
(d) Lewis Carroll.
13. Breton refers to the myth of Venus and the what?
(a) Golden Harp.
(b) Golden Ring.
(c) Golden Hind.
(d) Golden Apple.
14. 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"?
15. In describing Lamba, Breton wrote, "This young woman who just entered appeared to be swathed in mist - clothed in" what?
Short Answer Questions
1. Who was a Trojan hero, the son of the prince Anchises and the goddess Aphrodite?
2. What did Breton note about the stories of Venus in Section 6?
3. In Section 4, Breton cites one of his poems where the tower sways like what?
4. When was Jacqueline Lamba born?
5. Breton remarked in Section 4 that he had retained a copy of "Sunflower" for over how long?
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