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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Part I: Chapters III and IV.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. The writer eventually comes to terms with his illness. As he does so, what does he decide about the illness?
(a) It is not unlike other men's illnesses.
(b) It is just something to live with.
(c) It is his normal condition.
(d) It is curable with willpower.
2. What does the writer say he would like to become?
3. In Part 1, the writer describes his previous employment and attitude toward the job and the people he worked with. After going through this explanation, what does he say about this description?
(a) His attitude is the reason he got fired.
(b) It is a lie out of spite.
(c) He should have acted more professional.
(d) He is satisified with his attitude.
4. What do others say about the writer's discussion of himself?
(a) He is interesting.
(b) He is an honorable man.
(c) He is bragging.
(d) He is worthless.
5. Why does the writer say a man cannot change, even if he tries?
(a) A man cannot change what is in his heart.
(b) His pride would take over.
(c) There is nothing to change into.
(d) Man does not have the willpower.
Short Answer Questions
1. What fundamental law does the writer say governs this dilemma of change?
2. How does the writer describe a man of action?
3. In Part 1, what does the writer state is his profession?
4. The writer goes on to explain what men do because they cannot change. What does the writer think men do in this instance?
5. Who does the writer say would not understand the feelings of men about their decisions?
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