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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. According to Part 3, revolution is condemned to renounce what?
2. According to Part 3, a revolution based on what kills God in His representative on Earth?
3. The desire for what is another form of the desire to endure, according to Part 4?
4. A man's rebellion is refusal to be treated as what, according to Part 3?
(a) A heretic.
(b) An object.
(c) A leader.
(d) A politician.
5. In Part 5, nihilism rejects the idea of what?
(c) Any limit.
6. Camus states in Part 5 that there is nothing in common between what two people?
(a) Rebel and victim.
(b) Master and slave.
(c) Politician and priest.
(d) Writer and painter.
7. What era followed the metaphysical and theological eras?
8. According to Part 4, what is one of the sources of the art of fiction?
9. What does Camus say people become intimates of at the "climax of contemporary tragedy"?
10. According to Part 5, what is the freedom to kill?
(a) Total freedom.
(b) Absolute freedom.
(c) Religious freedom.
(d) Lack of freedom.
11. Fascism is an act of what in Part 3?
12. Camus says in Part 3 that every revolutionary ends by becoming one of what two things?
(a) Oppressor or heretic.
(b) Politician or writer.
(c) Murderer or saint.
(d) Leader or follower.
13. What is "more useful than Shakespeare" to Pisarev, according to Part 4?
(a) A pair of pants.
(b) A shirt.
(c) A pair of shoes.
(d) A hat.
14. In Part 3, men of action only believe in action when they are without what?
15. What does rebellion becomes when it develops into destruction, according to Part 5?
Short Answer Questions
1. In Part 5, murder is what or it is nothing?
2. According to Camus in Part 5, the climax of every tragedy lies in the what of its heroes?
3. In the hour of Hitler's defeat, he believed himself betrayed by who?
4. In Part 3, what alone kept Hitler alive?
5. Who is the goddess of moderation?
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