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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. The most basic of loves, according to Lewis, is which of the following?
(a) Gift love.
(d) Need love.
2. Which of the following poets does Lewis quote when he writes, "A man's reason for not wanting his country to be ruled by foreigners are very like his reasons for not wanting his house to be burned down."
(a) William Wordsworth.
(b) Walt Whitman.
(c) Gilbert Keith Chesterton.
(d) Robert Browning.
3. Lewis writes that which of the following can be considered equal to appreciative love?
4. Which of the following does Lewis cite as not inherent in affection?
(a) Deep bonds.
5. Lewis points out that patriotism can be aimed at all but which of the following?
(d) Political party.
Short Answer Questions
1. Unlike affection, Lewis writes, people feel that they have to take action in order to attract which of the following?
2. Lewis warns against allowing love from becoming which of the following?
3. Where does Lewis cite as having been the site for his organization of his thoughts about love?
4. Lewis observes that a person who truly appreciates a cross-section of humanity is capable of interacting with people from which of the following?
5. Lewis warns against focusing solely on nature as a means toward which of the following?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does the author contradict the widely-accepted belief concerning verification of the theological proposition?
2. What are the four types of love that the author mentions in relation to the forthcoming focus of his book?
3. Describe what the author mentions about our "need love" for God.
4. What types of affectionate pairings does the author mention are capable of occurring?
5. What words of encouragement does the author have for the mother who feels that her child no longer needs her?
6. What are the two categories that the author divides all love types into as he begins his discussion on the subject of love?
7. How does the author manage to incorporate patriotism into a book that is supposed to be focused on love?
8. How is disinterest in what is "need pleasure" for others illustrated in a heroic light by the author in the "Likings and Loves for the Sub-Human" section of his book?
9. What does the author use to amend to the list of favorable attributes relating to affection?
10. What is one way that the author exemplifies "need love"?
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