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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. In "Myth is a Stolen Language," what is characteristic of myth?
(a) "To transform a meaning into form."
(b) "To transform a form into meaning."
(c) "To create a meaning for an object."
(d) "To connect objects into form."
2. "The _____ of myth presents itself in an ambiguous way." How is this quote from "The Form and the Concept" finished?
3. What is the main character's name in "The Lady of the Camellias"?
4. Which of the following is not a general prospect of the pseudo-physis of the dreams of the contemporary bourgeois world?
(a) Importance of opinion.
(b) The statement of fact.
5. "The spiritualization can be seen in the extent, the quality and the material of the _____." How is this quote from "The New Citroen" finished?
6. Which of the following is not a Greek shepherd in "Plastic"?
7. What is one of the best methods against myth in "Myth as a Stolen Language"?
(a) Write against the need for the myth.
(b) Produce an artificial myth.
(c) Study the particular myth's need to exist.
(d) Obstruct the acknowledging of a myths purpose.
8. Which of the following is not a significant unit or synthesis mentioned by the author in "Myth is a Type of Speech"?
9. In "Myth is a Stolen Language," what offers little resistance to robbery by myth"?
(a) Articulated language.
(b) Cultural philosophy.
(c) Popular culture.
(d) General psychology.
10. In "The Form and the Concept" a complete image would do what to myth?
11. Mythology is a part of ideology in what way according to "Myth is a Semiological System"?
(a) It is a historical science.
(b) It is regulated by the definitions of objects.
(c) It is nutritional for a culture.
(d) It is a physical science.
12. Plastic is "ubiquity made ____." How is this quote from "Plastic" finished?
13. "Myth is not defined by _____." How is this quote from "Myth is a Type of Speech" finished?
(a) "The principles of its speech."
(b) "The object of its message."
(c) "The object of its meaning."
(d) "The subject its communicators."
14. In "The Great Family of Men," what is "The Family of Men" the author discusses?
(a) A photography exhibit.
(b) A book of photography.
(c) A painting.
(d) A film.
15. What is the first point the author makes of the science of semiology in "Myth as a Semiological System"?
(a) It is to become an object of philosophy before affecting a culture.
(b) It only exists in theory at the time of writing.
(c) Groups of people must agree on the meaning of the theories to become a myth.
(d) The signification of a theory is only purposeful to a small percentage of objects.
Short Answer Questions
1. In "Myth is Depoliticized Speech," how does myth act in the passing from history to nature?
2. How does "Myth as Stolen Language" conclude?
3. According to "Myth as a Stolen Language," language cannot possibly be realistic or what?
4. In "Reading and Deciphering Myth" causality creeps through the back door of what?
5. What is the second point the author makes of the science of semiology in "Myth as a Semiological System"?
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