1. Sacks sees himself as having what kind of personality?
(a) A Romantic
(d) A Clinician
2. Sacks sees his patients as:
(b) Mere medical files
(c) Real people
(d) Mere case studies
3. What does Sacks call his chapters?
4. What does Sacks compare his tales to?
(a) 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea
(b) Arabian Nights
(c) The Bible
(d) Lawrence of Arabia
5. Sacks finds his patients:
6. Sacks is a:
7. Sacks' book is different from a college textbook in that it:
(a) Has a friendlier style
(b) Has a more scientific style
(c) Has a slower pace
(d) Has a more rushed style
8. If Sacks called his chapters 'studies' what would that mean about his attitude?
(a) He is detached from his patients.
(b) He likes his patients.
(c) He is professional.
(d) He despises his patients.
9. Sacks' patients are typically:
(a) Mentally impaired
(b) Mentally handicapped
10. Sacks thinks of his patients as:
This section contains 4,078 words
(approx. 14 pages at 300 words per page)