Chapter 1, Forerunners
1. When was Seneca the Younger born?
(a) 525 A.D.
(b) 300 B.C.
(c) 1420 A.D.
(d) 3 A.D.
2. What was the profession of Seneca the Younger's father?
3. Seneca the Younger adheres to which school of philosophy?
4. What art form is Seneca considered the founder of?
(a) The play.
(b) The portrait painting.
(c) The novel.
(d) The essay.
5. How did Seneca die?
(a) He died from an asthma attack.
(b) He died in old age of natural causes.
(c) He choked on a chicken bone.
(d) He took his own life.
6. In "On Noise," what is necessary for a person to ignore the noise of the outside world?
(a) Inner peace.
(b) One must venture into the world in order to quiet it.
(c) A goal to concentrate on with singular focus.
(d) Excellent earplugs.
7. What physical condition does Seneca discuss in a titular essay?
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