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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. According to Camus in Part 5, what is the only way a rebel can reconcile himself with committing murder?
(a) Murdering again.
(b) Writing an apology.
(c) Accepting his own death.
(d) Going to court.
2. According to Part 3, what does honor lay in?
3. Who was the discoverer of the constant change of things?
4. According to Part 3, a revolution based on what kills God in His representative on Earth?
5. What must be subdued for Christians and Marxists, according to Part 3?
6. In Part 3, all modern revolutions end in a reinforcement of the power of what?
(a) The People.
(b) The State.
(d) The Nation.
7. In Part 5, the rebel's dilemma is between what two things?
(a) Silence and talking.
(b) Murder and suicide.
(c) Religion and government.
(d) Silence and murder.
8. According to Part 3, revolution is condemned to renounce what?
9. According to Part 5, history is controlled by the law of what if it lacks a value to change it?
10. What does Camus say people must stake everything on in Part 3?
(a) The book.
(b) The renaissance.
(c) The religion.
(d) The history.
11. According to Part 5, ignoring history is the same as denying what?
12. According to Part 4, what is one of the sources of the art of fiction?
13. Fascism is an act of what in Part 3?
14. Artistic creation is a demand for what in Part 4?
15. In Part 5, murder is what or it is nothing?
(a) A weak excuse.
(b) A desperate exception.
Short Answer Questions
1. Forces of matter impose their own what in Part 5?
2. What does rebellion becomes when it develops into destruction, according to Part 5?
3. According to Part 3, prophecy functions on what type of basis?
4. If rebellion is cut off from its origins, what does is oscillate between according to Camus in Part 5?
5. In Part 5, Camus states that the extreme of nihilism is when blind and savage murder becomes what?
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