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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. Lastly, tea masters have an understanding of the ________________ of life.
2. Humans have demonstrated again and again that they are what?
(a) Unsure about flowers.
(b) Uneducated about flowers.
(c) Worthy of the flower.
(d) Monsters unworthy of the flower.
3. The art of flower arrangement began with whom?
(a) Zennist monks.
(b) Hindu priests.
(c) Christian disciples.
(d) Buddhist saints.
4. What is it important to remember about this art?
(a) It is a prayer.
(b) It is a requirement.
(c) It is a religious rite.
(d) It is not a religious rite.
5. Ultimately, what intermingle as to be indistinguishable?
(a) Sociology and music.
(b) Art and artist.
(c) Art and music.
(d) Artist and musician.
Short Answer Questions
1. Early tea rooms were connected to what?
2. What is the tea room?
3. If something is ancient, is it valuable?
4. Many stories in Japan feature the rescue of what?
5. Tea masters have done what to further art in Japan?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Okakura say about modern art appreciation?
2. How have tea-masters furthered art in Japan? What else have they influenced?
3. Describe the inside of a tea room.
4. Do humans deserve flowers, according to the author? Explain.
5. How are art masters immortal?
6. Describe early tea rooms and how they changed with the innovations of Rikyu.
7. What can cause problems for an artist? How is this a problem?
8. What story does Okakura tell? What is the problem with the instrument in the book?
9. Why does Okakura use this tale?
10. What is the connection between man and flowers?
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