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Multiple Choice Questions

1. During the Romantic period, according to Lewis, people turned their attention away from friendship, and toward which of the following?
(a) Nature.
(b) Family.
(c) Religion.
(d) Philosophy.

2. Lewis define Eros as being which of the following?
(a) Man's search for truth.
(b) Man's yearning for guidance.
(c) The state of being in love.
(d) A Greek god.

3. Lewis notes that a change in societal attitudes relating to friendship label it as which of the following?
(a) "Friends can become part of an extended family."
(b) "Friends have become the main course of life's banquet."
(c) "Friends are like a garden. Cultivate the good ones, and weed out the bad ones."
(d) "Friends have become something to fill in the chinks."

4. Lewis cites that most of our ancestors went into marriage without which of the following?
(a) Love.
(b) A marriage license.
(c) A blood test.
(d) Children.

5. Lewis asserts that all people need which of the following?
(a) To feel that they are trusted.
(b) To feel that they are needed.
(c) To feel that they are loved.
(d) To feel that they are accepted.

6. Eros, according to Lewis, has the capability of turning love into which of the following?
(a) A deception.
(b) A form of punishment.
(c) An obsession.
(d) A religion.

7. Which of the following labels does Lewis caution against correlating with friendship prior to evaluating the friendship first?
(a) Spiritual.
(b) Everlasting.
(c) Sincere.
(d) Fateful.

8. Which of the following labels does Lewis use in referring to the human body?
(a) "Vehicle of Creation."
(b) "Vehicle of Embodiment"
(c) "Vehicle of the Blessed Sacrament."
(d) "Vehicle of Life."

9. Lewis notes that Eros will demand which of the following?
(a) Attention.
(b) Care.
(c) Loyalty.
(d) Worship.

10. According to Lewis, what element precludes crossing the lines of gender in relation to friendship?
(a) Fear of rejection.
(b) Selectivity.
(c) Nothing.
(d) Culture.

11. What does Lewis cite as being a possibility of being accomplished by a small group of friends?
(a) A small group is not likely to accomplish much.
(b) A small group is likely to share a single common interest or goal.
(c) A small group is likely to be selective about whom is allowed into the fold.
(d) A small group is likely to change the world.

12. Lewis cites that when men in a certain neighborhood have been well-educated and become white-collar professionals, why might they view women as being child-like?
(a) Because of the manner in which the women tend to complain and whine around them.
(b) Because they are too selective.
(c) Because they are not similarly educated.
(d) Because they deem the women not to be in their socio-economic class.

13. Lewis suggests that anyone who deems spending time with animals to be a relief should examine which of the following?
(a) The amount of time that they devote to animals.
(b) Their history in caring for animals.
(c) Their choice of profession or occupation.
(d) Their motives for spending time with animals.

14. Based on Lewis' observations, what level of emphasis do modern writers place on friendship?
(a) Little emphasis.
(b) Moderate emphasis.
(c) Occasional emphasis.
(d) A lot of emphasis.

15. Lewis equates meeting around the dinner table for conversation as which of the following?
(a) A time for reflection on the day's events.
(b) A social opportunity.
(c) An opportunity to plan the following day.
(d) A time to eat the lightest meal of the day.

Short Answer Questions

1. Lewis asserts that which of the following loves may or may not occur when friendship exists between a man and a woman?

2. According to Lewis, most friendships exist between men and men and women and women due to which of the following?

3. Which types of love, according to Lewis, are subject to the effects of jealousy?

4. The promise of life-long love is which of the following, according to Lewis?

5. While discussing Eros, which of the following is Lewis certain to NOT include in his discussion?

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