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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What is the title of Chapter 10 of the book?
(a) Urban Myth.
(c) Barricade Fighting & Daumier.
2. What is the heading of the first leaf page after the Chapter 14 title page?
(b) Early Drafts.
3. How does the author begin labeling the chapters in Chapter 10?
(a) With numbers.
(b) With symbols.
(c) With lower case letters.
(d) With different colors.
4. What were bohemes known to be in their families?
(c) Bad seeds.
(d) Shining stars.
5. What is the name of the female boheme novelist with a man's name?
(a) Kevin McLaughlin.
(b) Howard Eiland.
(c) Alexander Dumas.
(d) George Sands.
6. How many generations of Bohemians does the author discuss in the book?
7. What kind of existence does the author say the urban development brought to Paris in Chapter 8?
8. What does the author say education paved the way for the progress of?
9. What higher education institutes does the author discuss the creation of in Chapter 13?
10. What is the section titled "Ecole Polytechnique" refer to in regards to the changes made in Europe in the 1800s?
(a) The textile industry.
(b) Economic policy.
(c) Class struggles.
(d) The education system.
11. What did Victor Hugo often use as an archetype as a hero?
(a) A nobleman.
(b) A soldier.
(c) A peasant.
(d) A beggar.
12. How many victims does the author note for having cumulative eyestrain?
(d) Hundreds of thousands.
13. How many works does Victor Hugo believe the human spirit to have?
14. What name did Fourier give to those exhibiting intrigue in his schema?
(a) The promise.
(c) The cabalist.
(d) The zorb.
15. Complete the following sentence by the author regarding Fourier, "The autonomy of art has its origin in the concealment of ______".
Short Answer Questions
1. Who might be the most interested in reading Chapter 14 given its subject matter?
2. What word did the author use to describe the nature of the workweek for Europeans in the 1800s that was finger numbing?
3. What is the name of the man who is the key character in a story by Daumier shown in Chapter 10?
4. What does the author say the class warfare and conflict management in Europe is part of?
5. What is the worker's cry the author used as an example of class differences that was answered with "Let them eat cake"?
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