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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. Andy would like to be where every week?
2. What does Andy feel that Rome is becoming?
3. Damian attempts to engage Andy in conversation by doing what?
4. When B leaves the room for a few minutes, how does Andy feel about being left alone with Damian?
5. Why does Andy believe it would be ideal for items in the closet to have expiration dates?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Andy think about his room at the Hotel Mirabeau?
2. Why does Andy wish he could sleep in the lobby?
3. What three tricks does Andy use to help him persevere in situations in which he would prefer not to be?
4. How does Andy's opinion of death compare to others?
5. Who hosts Andy and B? Why does this person become flustered?
6. What might this chapter symbolize?
7. What do Damian and Andy say about risk takers?
8. Why does Andy not allow his bag to be taken from him at the grocery?
9. What does Andy believe supermarkets should do?
10. About what does B talk?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
The concept of time can be very ethereal and mystical.
Part 1) How can time be ethereal and mystical? What does Andy think about this concept of time?
Part 2) Why does he enjoy anticipation? How does this reinforce other beliefs of Andy's?
Part 3) What is a conscious choice that people can make regarding their time? How might this affect one's life? How does it affect Andy's life? How does it affect his work?
Essay Topic 2
Fame has drawbacks and advantages.
Part 1) What are the drawbacks of fame? What are the advantages of fame? How does Andy explain this in his own life?
Part 2) Which is more powerful for Andy, the drawbacks or advantages? How do you know this?
Part 3) How does Andy act when he sees other celebrities? Why does he act this way? How does his behavior compare to how you might act around celebrities? Why?
Essay Topic 3
Andy Warhol has three fundamental philosophies.
Part 1) What are his three fundamental philosophies? How are they revealed throughout this book?
Part 2) How does he contradict these philosophies? Why do these contradictions take place?
Part 3) What is the reason Andy has written this book about his philosophies? Is it for himself? For others? Explain.
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