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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. Lewis notes that a true nature lover is more interested in which of the following?
(a) The moods invoked by the changing of the seasons.
(b) The moods invoked by the literary works of English naturalists.
(c) The moods invoked by being at one with nature.
(d) The moods invoked by marine life.
2. The love of a child for a parent is which type of love?
(a) Genuine love.
(b) Platonic love.
(c) Inherent love.
(d) Need love.
3. Lewis points out that patriotism can be aimed at all but which of the following?
(b) Political party.
4. How many types of pleasure exist, according to Lewis?
(a) One (1) type.
(b) Six (6) types.
(c) Two (2) types.
(d) Five (5) types.
5. According to Lewis, which of the following is the "safest" type of love?
(a) Superficial love.
(b) Romantic love.
(c) All-consuming love.
(d) Absolute love.
Short Answer Questions
1. Lewis cites that false history that puts a country in a better-than-accurate light is which of the following?
2. Which of the following does Lewis cite as being at the bottom of love?
3. Lewis notes that the most common type of affection is which of the following?
4. Lewis illustrates "appreciative love" by using which of the following as an example?
5. Lewis acknowledges which of the following as being a category of love?
Short Essay Questions
1. What interesting observation does the author write about in relation to a friend becoming an "old friend"?
2. What words of encouragement does the author have for the mother who feels that her child no longer needs her?
3. What are the two categories that the author divides all love types into as he begins his discussion on the subject of love?
4. How does the author contradict the widely-accepted belief concerning verification of the theological proposition?
5. Describe "need pleasure" as described by the author.
6. Describe what the author mentions about our "need love" for God.
7. To what does the author equate the idea of people putting their country, themselves, and their race in the best possible light?
8. What types of affectionate pairings does the author mention are capable of occurring?
9. What topic(s) does author C.S. Lewis share with the reader in the opening pages of his book that relate to his personal experience about writing a book focused on love?
10. What are the four types of love that the author mentions in relation to the forthcoming focus of his book?
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