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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. In what year was "Sunflower" written?
2. Who wrote Alice in Wonderland?
(a) Richard Burns.
(b) Andre Breton.
(c) Lewis Carroll.
(d) F. Walter Scott.
3. What French writer and poet, novelist, critic, and political activist helped initiate the periodical Littérature?
(a) Pierre Reverdy.
(b) Charles Baudelaire.
(c) Antonin Artaud.
(d) Philippe Soupault.
4. Who does Breton refer to as a symbolic founder of civilization in Section 6?
5. Brittany is located where in France?
Short Answer Questions
1. In Section 4, Breton cites one of his poems where the tower sways like what?
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. What term means an act or instance of placing close together or side by side, esp. for comparison or contrast?
4. Venus is associated with what Greek goddess?
5. New Justine was set against the backdrop of what location?
Short Essay Questions
1. What did Breton associate with his sense of discord on his trip in Section 6?
2. What nature imagery did Breton evoke in his description of Lamba in Section 4?
3. What did Breton feel the edits had done to the poem "Sunflower"?
4. Why did Breton cite Venus mythology in Section 6? What myths did he cite?
5. What imagery did Breton use in Section 5? What is the subject of this section?
6. What automatic writing games did Breton describe in Section 5?
7. What did Breton conclude of his trip in Section 6?
8. What metaphors did Breton use in describing the flora and fauna at the volcano in Section 5?
9. Why did Breton not name his company on his trip in Section 6?
10. What did Breton write of prophecy in his poem "Sunflower" in Section 4? How did he further illustrate this point?
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