Mid-Book Test - Hard
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This quiz consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. Andy and B then discuss the viability of Andy becoming what one day?
2. Due to what does Andy spend much of a sickly childhood in bed with paper dolls?
3. Why is popular culture in America a great equalizer in Andy's opinion?
4. As a young man, Andy strives to learn about love and finds the truest representations where?
5. Andy believes that during this time people forget about what?
Short Essay Questions
1. On What is Taxi dependent?
2. Why does Andy become annoyed with Damian?
3. To what does Andy compare events that happen in people's lives? Give an example.
4. What does Andy believe every person has?
5. Of what is this chapter comprised?
6. Who does Andy admire? Why?
7. What does Andy find to be almost as much fun as grocery shopping?
8. What else exemplifies real beauty?
9. What do Andy Warhol and B discuss?
10. Why does Andy not allow his bag to be taken from him at the grocery?
Andy Warhol studies the concept of time.
Part 1) What does Andy ponder about the concept of time?
Part 2) Why does he muse about these aspects of time? How does his personality guide these musings?
Part 3) What does Andy do with these musings? How do these concepts of time change his life?
Andy Warhol meets many celebrities.
Part 1) Name four of these celebrities. How does he act around them? Why does he act this way?
Part 2) How does his behavior around celebrities reinforce his beliefs about fame?
Part 3) Does the way he act around celebrities reflect how he feels about them? Why or why not?
Andy Warhol's ideas on class structure and employment fit in well with the time period.
Part 1) What are Andy's ideas about class structure? How do his ideas compare with others' ideas at this time?
Part 2) How might Andy have come to have these ideas about class structure? How much has this time period influenced his beliefs about class structure?
Part 3) How do his ideas on class structure affect his work and his popularity as an artist? How might his work have been received in previous decades? If he were a new artist today, how would his work be received today? Why?
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