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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. According to "The Form and the Concept" what is the second term of the system in Freud?
(a) The latent meaning of the dream.
(b) The implied meaning of the myth.
(c) The implied meaning of the dream.
(d) The latent meaning of the myth.
2. "Myth is not defined by _____." How is this quote from "Myth is a Type of Speech" finished?
(a) "The object of its meaning."
(b) "The subject its communicators."
(c) "The principles of its speech."
(d) "The object of its message."
3. What is the profession of the father of the male lover in "The Lady of the Camellias"?
(b) Tax collector.
(c) Army officer.
4. Which of the following is not an animal the lion will not share his hunted food with in "The Form and the Concept."
(a) A goat.
(b) A heifer.
(c) A sheep.
(d) A cow.
5. What is the final example in "Plastic" of the material's infringement on nature?
(a) It use in child birthing.
(b) Production of plastic aortas.
(c) Artificial plants.
(d) Its contamination of food.
Short Answer Questions
1. Above all in "Myth on the Left," myth is what?
2. In "The Bourgeoisie as a Joint-Stock Company," what is the characterization of an unchanging humanity?
3. In "Reading and Deciphering Myth" the author says the saluting soldier used as a reference in other sections is an example of what?
4. Which of the following is not a Greek shepherd in "Plastic"?
5. "Myth is a type of speech chosen by ______." How is this quote finished?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does the author suggest class and progressive humanism differ from one another in "The Great Family of Man"?
2. How is the woman in "Striptease" an object in disguise? What is the point of this?
3. In "The Form and the Concept," how is it the author suggests the signifier of myth is presented?
4. What are the three ways in which one can understand the myth in "Reading and Deciphering Myth"?
5. Why does the author believe cars have become the modern equivalent of Gothic cathedrals in "The New Citroen"?
6. Why does the author say that poetry is ideal prey for myth in "Myth as a Stolen Language"?
7. How do the ways that Marguerite and Armand feel love differ from one another in "The Lady of the Camellias"?
8. What allows the reader of "Reading and Deciphering Myth" to consume myth innocently?
9. Does the author admit there are revolts against the bourgeois ideology in "The Bourgeoisie as a Joint-Stock Company"? What is it called?
10. What does the author suggest is characteristic of myth in "Myth as a Stolen Language"?
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