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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. According to Lewis, which of the following methods is used to attempt to bring those falling into bad habits back into the fold?
(c) VIctorian appeal.
(d) Reverse psychology.
2. What is the key to having friends, according to Lewis?
(a) Cultivating acquaintances into friendships.
(b) Sharing a common thing.
(c) Being trustworthy.
(d) Being approachable in public places.
3. Lewis asserts that an individual in a crowd of a different opinion tends to be which of the following?
4. Which is the least jealous of the loves, according to Lewis?
(b) Appreciative love.
(d) Need love.
5. Spouses sharing duties in the home, according to Lewis, contributes to which of the following?
(a) One spouse putting forth more effort toward harmony than the other.
(b) Lessening of differences between men and women.
(c) Making life easier for both spouses involved.
(d) Resentment erupting between two people.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Lewis mention must occur between a man and a woman for friendship to take place?
2. According to Lewis, most people regard friendship as being which of the following in relation to all the kinds of love?
3. Which of the following is an unconventional basis for friendship that Lewis cites?
4. Lewis turns to which of the following professions to illustrate a refusal of releasing the notion of being needed?
5. Lewis asserts that which of the following loves may or may not occur when friendship exists between a man and a woman?
Short Essay Questions
1. Describe the "battle of the sexes" that the author writes about in the friendship section of his book.
2. What does the author observe about the necessity of friendship?
3. How does the author, in the Eros section of his book, explain that love is more than just physical?
4. What are some of the pitfalls associated with the physical part of being in love, according to the author?
5. Describe the example that the author mentions in the friendship section of his book that can actually be labeled as "the opposite of friendship."
6. What are some of the exclusion elements relevant to friendship that the author points out?
7. The author basically implies that despite promising to do so, human beings are not capable of establishing everlasting love, and provides support for his assertion. How does he accomplish that?
8. Although he introduces Eros as the state of being in love, in the Eros section of his book, the author personifies Eros. Describe the author's characterization of Eros.
9. How does the author provide insight to how a man is able to retain his choice of friends despite attempts to eliminate them from his presence that may be made by the woman in his life?
10. What was it that the author listed that Mrs. Fidget did for her family?
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