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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, the climax of every tragedy lies in the what of its heroes?
2. According to Camus in Part 4, the world of Proust is nothing but what?
3. In Part 5, nihilism rejects the idea of what?
(d) Any limit.
4. If rebellion is cut off from its origins, what does is oscillate between according to Camus in Part 5?
(a) Crime and punishment.
(b) Right and wrong.
(c) Sacrifice and murder.
(d) Suicide and murder.
5. According to Part 3, a revolution based on what kills God in His representative on Earth?
6. According to Part 4, what is artistic creation a rejection of?
(a) The world.
(b) The locals.
(c) The nation.
(d) The state.
7. What era followed the metaphysical and theological eras?
8. In Part 3, people who despair about everything can only be provided with faith by what?
9. According to Camus in Part 4, what does the American novel reject?
10. In Part 3, Camus states Junger thought it was better to be criminal than what?
11. What must be subdued for Christians and Marxists, according to Part 3?
12. In what writing does Camus think the "real greatness of Proust lies"?
(a) Communist Manifesto.
(b) Time Regained.
(c) The Stranger.
(d) Remembrance of Things Past.
13. In Part 3, Camus says revolution is an attempt to conquer what?
(a) A new existence.
(b) A new religion.
14. What type of temple does Camus say nihilism builds in Part 3?
15. According to Camus, suffering at times turns away from too painful expressions of what?
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Camus say people must stake everything on in Part 3?
2. Camus says in Part 3 that every revolutionary ends by becoming one of what two things?
3. According to revolutionary interpreters of Hegel, what will no longer exist in reconciled society?
4. What is historical revolution's demand, according to Part 3?
5. According to Part 4, what is the most ambitious of the arts?
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