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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Miniature.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. In what way for Bachelard do fantasy images have some objectivity?
(a) From a sense of shared experience.
(b) From a belief in supernatural presences.
(c) From a degree of shared phenomenological similarity.
(d) From a sense of past lives.
2. As understood by Bachelard, a house features which two seemingly conflicting dimensions?
(a) Unity and complexity.
(b) House and home.
(c) Poetry and science.
(d) Height and width.
3. What can be said of a closed box, in the opinion of Bachelard?
(a) It represents forgotten memories.
(b) It represents the human need for secrecy and confinement.
(c) It has more to see and experience than an open chest.
(d) It inspires the poetic spirit.
4. Details and insignificant features, such as the curve of a molding, may inspire what, according to Bachelard?
(b) Memories of houses past.
(c) New architectural designs.
(d) The flow of rhyming words.
5. What is a primal image symbolic of a man keeping vigil according to Bachelard?
(a) A vacant house.
(b) A man dreaming of poetic imagery.
(c) A childhood home.
(d) A hermit's hut.
Short Answer Questions
1. In Bachelard's topoanalysis, in which level of a house does common sense live?
2. What is the eighteenth-century theory that states the purpose of life is to make shells?
3. Bachelard spent the majority of his career in what occupation?
4. For psychoanalysts, what do conflicted locks and keys in dreams symbolize?
5. Who noted that inside seems cozier when the outside weather is severe?
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