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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 is immediately annoyed by the direction of the conversation and tells Damian what?
2. About what is this chapter?
3. Why does Andy believe it would be ideal for items in the closet to have expiration dates?
4. What does Andy believe supermarkets should do?
5. Does Andy ever have situations in which he does what he would prefer not to?
Short Essay Questions
1. What do B, Damian, and Andy think about the topic of growing wiser with age?
2. Of what is this chapter comprised?
3. How does Andy prefer to carry cash?
4. Over what do Andy and B argue?
5. What does Andy believe supermarkets should do?
6. About what does B talk?
7. Why does Andy wish he could sleep in the lobby?
8. With what about breakfast is Andy delighted?
9. Who does Andy admire? Why?
10. How does Andy's opinion of death compare to others?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
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 2
A bowl of cherries is symbolic.
Part 1) How is a bowl of cherries symbolic?
Part 2) How does Andy react to seeing a bowl of cherries? Why does he react this way?
Part 3) What is the purpose for having this bowl of cherries in the chapter? How does it affect the chapter or the book as a whole?
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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