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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) 200 BC.
(b) 293 BC.
(c) 390 BC.
(d) 123 BC.
2. What did Breton suggest had had a major influence on his love life in Section 6?
3. Brittany is located where in France?
4. Who was a Trojan hero, the son of the prince Anchises and the goddess Aphrodite?
5. 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?
6. Who painted The House of the Hanged Man?
(a) Antonin Artaud.
(b) Paul Cezanne.
(c) Charles Baudelaire.
(d) Salvador Dali.
7. Jacqueline Lamba was which of Andre Breton's wives?
8. Breton noted in Section 6 that his birthday coincides with the conjunction of Venus with what?
(d) The moon.
9. When was Alice in Wonderland published?
10. Breton refers to the myth of Venus and the what?
(a) Golden Hind.
(b) Golden Harp.
(c) Golden Ring.
(d) Golden Apple.
11. Who was presumably with Breton in Brittany in Section 6?
12. What did Breton refer to as "a splendid fourteenth-century French town today abandoned to gypsies"?
(a) ÃŽle Saint-Louis.
(c) Bois de Boulogne.
(d) Tour Saint-Jacques.
13. Breton remarked in Section 4 that he had retained a copy of "Sunflower" for over how long?
(a) 25 years.
(b) 20 years.
(c) 15 years.
(d) 10 years.
14. In the end of Section 4, Breton sat in a restaurant with Paul Eluard and who?
(b) Paul Cezanne.
(c) Salvador Dali.
(d) René Char.
15. What astrological sign was Andre Breton?
Short Answer Questions
1. Who wrote New Justine, which was lauded by Breton in Section 5?
2. What happened later the same evening that Breton wrote of having met Lamba?
3. What did Breton note about the stories of Venus in Section 6?
4. Who wrote the film, L'Age d'or?
5. What did Breton see as a monument to things that are hidden, in Section 4?
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