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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Breton noted in Section 6 that his birthday coincides with the conjunction of Venus with what?
(d) The moon.
2. What book states that once private property is abolished, "we can reasonably affirm that far from disappearing, monogamy will be realized for the first time'"?
(a) The Origins of the Family.
(b) The Origins of State.
(c) The Origins of Freedom.
(d) The Origins of Property.
3. In Section 4, Breton cites one of his poems where the tower sways like what?
(a) A tree.
(b) A bridge.
(c) A blade of grass.
(d) A sunflower.
4. Breton regretted, in Section 4, that he no longer had the _____ of "Sunflower."
(a) Second version.
(b) Third version.
(c) Last adaptation.
(d) Original manuscript.
5. What did Breton write that he considered "temptation" to be?
Short Answer Questions
1. Who wrote Alice in Wonderland?
2. New Justine was set against the backdrop of what location?
3. "Sunflower" is an example of what type of poetry?
4. When was Alice in Wonderland published?
5. Jacqueline Lamba was which of Andre Breton's wives?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is the subject and focus of Section 6? How does it relate to Section 6?
2. What trip did Breton recount in Section 6? Where did he go, and when?
3. What did Breton remark of the flora and fauna in Section 5?
4. What is the subject and focus of Section 4? How does this section contrast from the previous one?
5. What did Breton transition to following his descriptions of the volcano in Section 5?
6. What did Breton write of "The House of the Hanged Man" in Section 6?
7. What did Breton feel the edits had done to the poem "Sunflower"?
8. What did Breton conclude of his trip in Section 6?
9. What imagery did Breton use in Section 5? What is the subject of this section?
10. Where did Breton describe visiting in Section 5? What was his impression of the location?
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