The Philosophy of Andy Warhol Test | Final Test - Hard

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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. Why is Truman Capote one person Andy respects?

3. Almost as much fun for Andy as grocery shopping is what?

4. Andy is tired from the long flight and wishes that he could sleep in the lobby. Why?

5. What do the two discuss?

Short Essay Questions

1. What might this chapter symbolize?

2. What does Andy find to be almost as much fun as grocery shopping?

3. What does Andy think about his room at the Hotel Mirabeau?

4. Why does Andy have B order room service?

5. Who does Andy admire? Why?

6. Why does Andy wish he could sleep in the lobby?

7. What three tricks does Andy use to help him persevere in situations in which he would prefer not to be?

8. What does Andy say about others' thoughts? What does he think about this?

9. What does Andy think about pennies?

10. About what does B talk?

Essay Topics

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

B has a one-sided conversation with Andy Warhol.

Part 1) Describe this conversation. Why does Andy allow this?

Part 2) How can Andy relate to this female B?

Part 3) What is the reason for including this chapter in this book? What does it reveal about Andy? how does it support his philosophies?

Essay Topic 3

Andy Warhol's life is radically different from the way of life he proposes as best or wishes he could adopt.

Part 1) Describe Andy's life. Describe what Andy proposes is the best way to live. How are these contradictory?

Part 2) Why does such a contradiction exist? What does this say about Andy?

Part 3) Might he realize this contradiction exists? What might he think about it? How would he explain it?

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