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This test consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who is Taxi?
2. According to Andy, in what courses do elementary school children need to be taught?
3. What is Andy's fear?
4. What would Andy's fear prevent him from ever being able to do?
5. Are Andy's movies purely about sex?
Short Essay Questions
1. Who is Taxi? What does Andy think of her?
2. Describe Andy's childhood.
3. What does Andy say about the times for scheduled meetings?
4. What does Andy have to say about his television?
5. How has Andy received some of his bodily scars?
6. Why are movies important to Andy?
7. What else exemplifies real beauty?
8. What does Andy think should be taught to children? Why?
9. According to Andy, when should people be informed about love and sex? Why?
10. Why does Andy have a special fascination with talk show hosts?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Andy Warhol loves work above all other things.
Part 1) How do you know he loves work above all other things?
Part 2) What are his work habits? What do they reveal about Andy? How do they support and/or contradict his philosophies?
Part 3) How is his desire to work reflected in his personal and professional life?
Essay Topic 2
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?
Essay Topic 3
Andy Warhol does not view the world as others do.
Part 1) How does he view the world? How is this different than others?
Part 2) What factors in his life lead to these views?
Part 3) How does his view of the world affect his interaction with others and his work as an artist?
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