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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. In Part 3, men of action only believe in action when they are without what?
2. Camus states in Part 5 that there is nothing in common between what two people?
(a) Politician and priest.
(b) Rebel and victim.
(c) Master and slave.
(d) Writer and painter.
3. According to Camus in Part 5, rebellion has become the excuse for a new variety of what?
4. What does Camus say people must stake everything on in Part 3?
(a) The book.
(b) The history.
(c) The religion.
(d) The renaissance.
5. What is "more useful than Shakespeare" to Pisarev, according to Part 4?
(a) A pair of shoes.
(b) A pair of pants.
(c) A hat.
(d) A shirt.
6. In Part 3, Camus says rebellion and revolution end in the same dilemma of what two things?
(a) Police rule or insanity.
(b) Mortality or immortality.
(c) Government rule or insanity.
(d) Morality or immortality.
7. Artistic creation is a demand for what in Part 4?
8. Camus says in Part 5 that the blood of murder in ancient times produced what?
(a) Religious horror.
(b) Moral conduct.
(c) Absolute reality.
(d) Artistic rebellion.
9. In Part 5, murder is what or it is nothing?
(a) A weak excuse.
(c) A desperate exception.
10. According to Part 3, revolution is condemned to renounce what?
11. According to Part 4, what is artistic creation a rejection of?
(a) The world.
(b) The nation.
(c) The state.
(d) The locals.
12. According to Camus in Part 3, what did Germany submit to when deprived of Goethe's morality?
(a) Ethics of the gang.
(b) Religion of the gang.
(c) Money from the gang.
(d) Politics of the rebels.
13. In Part 5, Camus states that the extreme of nihilism is when blind and savage murder becomes what?
(b) An oasis.
14. If rebellion is cut off from its origins, what does is oscillate between according to Camus in Part 5?
(a) Suicide and murder.
(b) Crime and punishment.
(c) Right and wrong.
(d) Sacrifice and murder.
15. Who does Fascism discover is the "master of death" in Part 3?
Short Answer Questions
1. Camus believes the longing for what "coincides with the acceptance of iniquity"?
2. Fascism is an act of what in Part 3?
3. A man's rebellion is refusal to be treated as what, according to Part 3?
4. According to Camus in Part 3, Hilter was what in its "purest form"?
5. According to Camus in Part 3, what is one of the limits of man's existence?
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