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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapter 2: Orientalist Structures and Restructures, Part IV: Pilgrims and Pilgrimages, British and French.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. When did Lord Cromer publish an article in the Edinburgh Review referring to Orientals as "subject races" (36)?
(a) January, 1908.
(b) March, 1919.
(c) September, 1908.
(d) April, 1901.
2. Who rote The Romantic Agony?
(a) Claude Levi-Strauss.
(b) Barthelemy d'Herbelot.
(c) Mario Praz.
(d) Sir William Jones.
3. The author notes that almost without exception, every Orientalist began his career as what?
(a) An epidemiologist.
(b) An Occidentalist.
(c) A philologist.
(d) A biologist.
4. Who is cited as having said in 1881, "When you have got a ... faithful ally who is bent on meddling in a country in which you are deeply interested--you have three courses open to you" (41)?
(a) Edgar Quinet.
(b) Lord Salisbury.
(c) Henry Kissinger.
(d) Sir Alfred Lyall.
5. When did the French occupy Algiers?
Short Answer Questions
1. Who wrote the book Voyageurs d'Orient?
2. Approximately when was the Iliad written?
3. What did Caussin de Perceval theorize Islam essentially was as opposed to a spiritual instrument?
4. When does the author describe Renan's linguistic investigations of Semitic taking place in Chapter 1?
5. The author states in Chapter 1, "By and large, until the mid-eighteenth century Orientalists were" what (51)?
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