Shah of Shahs Test | Final Test - Medium

Ryszard Kapuściński
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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. Where did Kapuscinski participate in a protest march?
(a) Engelob.
(b) Isfahan.
(c) Johannesburg.
(d) Qom.

2. What is Razak's job?
(a) Making paper.
(b) Making bread.
(c) Working in a coal mine.
(d) Entertaining the Shah with his singing.

3. What is the most permanent form of revolution?
(a) Revolution by deed.
(b) Revolution by committee.
(c) Revolution by assault.
(d) Revolution by siege.

4. Which is NOT one of the traditional history book causes of revolution, according to Kapuscinski?
(a) Abuse.
(b) Oppression.
(c) Poverty.
(d) The uncontrolled word.

5. Initially, what are Mahmud Azari's own political leanings?
(a) He describes himself as a revolutionary.
(b) He describes himself as apolitical.
(c) He describes himself as pro-Shah.
(d) He describes himself as a conservative.

Short Answer Questions

1. Why are revolutions rare, according to Kapuscinski?

2. What do the newspapers report about Mahmud Azari's beating?

3. What event, full of propaganda and feasts, does Mahmud Azari attend?

4. What two camps does the post-revolution government divide itself into?

5. What are the two kinds of revolutions?

Short Essay Questions

1. What "two camps" does the Iranian revolution divide itself into?

2. Why is Azari shocked when he returns to Teheran for the first time in eight years?

3. What is the national response to the massacre of Qom? What events follow the massacre?

4. Who is Mahmud Azari? What is the background of Mahmud Azari?

5. What does Azari learn about old acquaintances upon his 1977 return to Iran?

6. Describe the march of Engelob that Kapuscinski participates in, and how it starts.

7. What is significant about the trip Kapuscinski makes in December 1978?

8. What immediate actions does Shah Pahlavi take in response to increasing unrest just prior to full-scale revolution?

9. How does the local newspaper respond to the events surrounding Azari's beating?

10. What common structure unites pro-revolution films on television, according to Kapuscinski?

(see the answer keys)

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