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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. In Jefferson's time, how did the eastern farmers come to see nature, as a result of their work?
(a) As a domestic industry.
(b) As a new nature.
(c) As an improved nature.
(d) As a raw material.
2. What kind of existence did Barlowe describe having encountered in his travels?
3. What did Beverly describe changing in the New World as a result of European settlement?
(a) Beverly saw human nature become greedy when resources were cheap.
(b) Beverly saw the whites corrupt the natives.
(c) Beverly saw the whites corrupt the natives.
(d) Beverly saw the natives learn to want drink and escapism as a result of contact with settlers.
4. When did the pastoral idea become part of American culture?
(a) At colonization.
(b) During the French Revolution.
(c) At the Revolution.
(d) At the Industrial Revolution.
5. How have the relationships between the city and country changed in American industrial pastoralism?
(a) They are no longer exclusive.
(b) They are no longer interdependent.
(c) They are both reinvented by machines.
(d) They are both monetized.
Short Answer Questions
1. When did the assault on American pastoralism begin, in Marx's account?
2. What were the keys to the American landscape, in the views that were the opposite of Barlowe's?
3. What is the second reaction Marx describes to industrialism?
4. What American literature does Marx say exemplifies the three-stage theme he identified in Shakespeare's 'The Tempest'?
5. What associations were suggested by Marx's leading symbol of industrialism?
Short Essay Questions
1. What characters does Marx cite as examples of people who have gone through those three stages?
2. What is the sentimental pastoral ideal?
3. How does Shakespeare demonstrate the impossibility of the pastoral ideal?
4. What is the pastoral ideal?
5. In what way does the railroad symbolize the industrial intrusion into a pastoral idyll?
6. How did Shakespeare's characters describe the ideal society?
7. Where has the pastoral ideal been apparent in American culture?
8. How did Robert Beverly describe the New World in his History?
9. What view typified the opposite of the bountiful-Edenic image of the New World?
10. When did complex pastoral ideology begin to appear in American culture?
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