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This test consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who decides what a Warrior will never do?
2. What is a dignified, not cowardly, gesture?
3. Why does a Warrior have no regrets?
4. Why does a Warrior defend his ideas in public?
5. What does a warrior say at the beginning of a struggle?
Short Essay Questions
1. How do negative things show the contrast to good things?
2. How do two paths become one for the Warrior?
3. Who are the hidden enemy of the Warrior of Light?
4. What two things are written on the columns of Desire and Fear that hold a doorway?
5. Why is a Warrior of the Light unafraid of sharing his conquests?
6. Why does a Warrior avoid people that are only around when he is defeated?
7. What is the difference between trusting other people's advice and depending on it?
8. What is the difference between thinking about the small things and thinking small?
9. Why doesn't a Warrior talk about his plans?
10. What is the difference between a dignified truce and a cowardly one?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
What portions of this book are extremely antiquated? Discuss how these antiquated points are still relevant to modern society and the social fabric as a whole.
Essay Topic 2
In this book, numerous metaphors are used to make simple complex ideas. Discuss the use of metaphors and their actual meanings throughout the book. Discuss at least three, and make similar metaphors that could have been used.
Essay Topic 3
Discuss foresight as being a tool that people have lost in the pursuit of financial gain. Why is this a problem? Explain how you think the world will look for your fifth generation. Use mathematical calculations and cite your sources of your information.
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