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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Okakura uses this tale to illustrate what?
(a) Cultural studies.
(c) Art history.
(d) Art appreciation.
2. Tea master influence is reflected in aspects of what?
(b) Everyday life.
(c) Tea ceremonies.
(d) Japanese education.
3. During one of these fights, who planted rumors that Rikyu planned to poison his lord?
(a) Other tea-masters.
(c) Rikyu's friends.
(d) Enemies of Rikyu.
4. Tea-masters were conscious of art as what?
(a) A living.
(b) A hobby.
(c) A form of entertainment.
(d) A sport.
5. Finally a harp master named ___________ took the harp.
(a) Yoko Sayuri.
(b) Pai Ya.
(c) Rin Miu.
(d) Unenko Tomomi.
6. Can vain artists, absorbed with their own genius, ever truly connect with others?
(a) No, not often.
(b) Yes, always.
(c) Yes, most of the time.
(d) No, never.
7. They also believed that art begins where?
(b) In a paint palette.
(c) In a picture.
(d) In nature.
8. Who invented the independent tea room?
9. How many can a tea room accommodate?
(a) No more than ten people.
(b) No more than twenty people.
(c) No more than two people.
(d) No more than five people.
10. Many stories in Japan feature the rescue of what?
(a) Art pieces.
(d) Tea masters.
11. Early tea rooms were connected to what?
12. Even the tea-master was ______ himself.
(d) A flower.
13. Art loving is compared to what experience?
(b) A learning experience.
(d) A religious experience.
14. Okakura laments that the flower was born how?
(a) Small and beautiful.
(b) Helpless with no way to defend itself.
(c) Bright and colorful.
15. Humans have demonstrated again and again that they are what?
(a) Uneducated about flowers.
(b) Unsure about flowers.
(c) Monsters unworthy of the flower.
(d) Worthy of the flower.
Short Answer Questions
1. Where are a massive amount of flowers used and then tossed out, with no appreciation or consideration for the sacrifice of the flower?
2. The art of flower arrangement began with whom?
3. The tea room looks small and impoverished, and the construction of one may be __________.
4. Rikyu had a final, magnificent ___________________.
5. Tea masters have done what to further art in Japan?
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