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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. A person will be swallowed up by __________ if he does not find joyful work, according to Hafiz.
(a) A book.
(b) The world.
(c) Their ego.
(d) The waters.
2. "Bring the Man to Me" describes a master who knows that his ____ is praying for freedom and summons him.
3. Hafiz describes the pain of seeing a decrease in love or understanding in the world in the poem "The ____ is Right".
4. Hafiz describes a change in a person that occurs when they are ready to surrender to God in the poem "My _____ So Soft".
5. Hafiz is a __________ ready to be eaten in the poem, "Throw Me on a Scale" in this collection of poetry.
Short Answer Questions
1. According to Hafiz, "The Intelligent Man" is the one who does not trust ___________ in his life.
2. Hafiz encourages people to bail from churches and cling to the lifeboats of poetry in the poem "The Great _____".
3. Hafiz uses a misled fish to symbolize people experiencing the confusion of life in "Trying to Wear _____"
4. In the poem "_____Hear Watchdogs" Hafiz describes the idea that true believers don't feel they have to trick God into blessing them.
5. "Between Our Poles" is a poem which compares humanity's ability to display the characteristics of God to the _____________.
Short Essay Questions
1. Who is Hafiz speaking to in the poem, "Becoming Human," according to this translation of Hafiz?
2. What does a poem in the book say Hafiz has used in order to become a lamp which needs no oil?
3. What is the warning to the reader in "A Hard Decree" according to this translation of Hafiz?
4. What does Hafiz encourage the reader to do once they bail out from churches, according to this translation of Hafiz?
5. In "I Want Both of Us," which two relationships does Hafiz compare with each other, according to this translation of Hafiz?
6. Why is Hafiz grateful that his teacher's house only had one floor, according to this translation of Hafiz?
7. How is a poem described in "Sometimes I Say to a Poem" according to this translation of Hafiz?
8. What does "What Should We Do About the Moon?" describe to the reader, from Hafiz's point of view?
9. What are supposed to be left at the door in "The Hatcheck Girl," according to this translation of Hafiz?
10. How are communing worshipers described in "When You Wake," according to this translation of Hafiz?
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