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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. While discussing Eros, which of the following is Lewis certain to NOT include in his discussion?
(a) His views.
(b) His morals.
(c) His beliefs.
(d) His testimony.
2. Lewis cites that friendship expects which of the following in return for help?
(a) Nothing in return.
(c) Reciprocal assistance.
(d) Hourly pay.
3. Lewis notes that people are more natural when in which of the following states?
(a) While writing.
(b) While asleep.
(c) When fully clothed.
(d) When crying.
4. According to Lewis, which of the following methods is used to attempt to bring those falling into bad habits back into the fold?
(b) VIctorian appeal.
(d) Reverse psychology.
5. Lewis cites which of the following groups from ancient times as illustrative of friendship and bonding having evolved as a result of necessity and unity?
6. Which of the following does Lewis deem necessary for a man and a woman to make a long-term relationship work?
(a) Hard work.
7. Lewis writes that to say, "These are my friends..." implies which of the following?
(a) That others are not included in that group.
(b) That others are welcome to join that group.
(c) That conflict may actually exist within that group.
(d) That not everyone in the group may agree that they are all friends.
8. Lewis notes that Eros will demand which of the following?
9. Lewis equates meeting around the dinner table for conversation as which of the following?
(a) A time to eat the lightest meal of the day.
(b) An opportunity to plan the following day.
(c) A social opportunity.
(d) A time for reflection on the day's events.
10. A major difference between friends and lovers is which of the following, according to Lewis?
(a) The quest for security.
(b) The quest for privacy.
(c) The quest for trust.
(d) The quest for total acceptance.
11. Lewis cites that most of our ancestors went into marriage without which of the following?
(c) A marriage license.
(d) A blood test.
12. Which of the following is an unconventional basis for friendship that Lewis cites?
(a) Differences of opinion.
(c) A history of having engaged in a bitter dispute.
(d) The ability to exclude others.
13. Lewis represents Venus to be exactly which of the following?
(a) An idea.
(c) A theory.
(d) A being.
14. According to Lewis, jealousy is applicable to which of the following in relation to affection?
15. Lewis makes it a point to label which of the following as a serious topic?
Short Answer Questions
1. Lewis define Eros as being which of the following?
2. Lewis points out friendships that exist between friends of the same sex, which can be deemed as which of the following?
3. A man may seek out friends as a means to fill his need for friends, but also to accomplish which of the following, according to Lewis?
4. Eros honored and allowed to run free will consume and become which of the following, according to Lewis?
5. According to Lewis, what element precludes crossing the lines of gender in relation to friendship?
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