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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Hobsbawm asserts that the overtly or tacitly accepted rules of traditions must have a ______ nature.
2. Hobsbawm suggests that the 19th century _____ ideology of social change had to have a new tradition to support it, since it didn't fit in old patterns.
3. Hobsbawm asserts that one of the factors that makes _______ unique is that they do not allow for variance in practice.
4. The old Welsh histories followed the lives of each of the Welsh _______ and their lineage and descendants.
5. Hobsbawm suggests that the Scottish symbols and practices existed in the past in rudimentary form but were considered ______ by most Scots.
6. One of the parts of Welsh history held that the Welsh were first _______ and fought against the pagan Saxons.
7. According to the book, the Highland culture was created in _______ distinct stages, the first occurring in the eighteenth century.
8. In particular, the author suggests that historians pay attention to the creation of all of the following concepts except _______.
(b) United Nations.
(c) National symbols.
9. The Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge collected Welsh ______ in order to preserve the culture.
10. Macpherson was responsible for taking Irish ______, and transferring the settings from Ireland to Scotland.
11. The spread of Highland dress was brought about by the Highland Society in _____ in the eighteenth century.
12. A number of ministers from all of the following backgrounds except ______, began to use Druidic theology.
13. According to the book, the basic type of invented tradition was called ______, which outlined the historical practices of a particular group.
14. The people of the Highlands are known as a _______ society.
15. The book asserts that traditions are invented when old ____ forms are deliberately not used or adapted.
Short Answer Questions
1. The author asserts that one of the factors that made the book so powerful was(were) the _______.
2. The Welsh Societies were created to promote all things Welsh and were first set up by _______ Welshman.
3. The author asserts that the Anglican literature and the ______ Bible kept the Welsh language from decay.
4. In chapter one, the author introduces his concept of ________ which are tied to false histories and have contemporary origins.
5. Prior to the myth of the Highland culture, the Scottish people were merely an overflow of ________.
This section contains 445 words
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