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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. B says the good news is that culture is not what?
(c) The world.
(d) The future.
2. What is the date on the Epilogue?
(a) June 22.
(b) June 30.
(d) July 1.
3. The recovery center where Jared goes after he leaves the hospital is in what country?
4. In what time does period does B say the first madhouse was created?
(a) 1200 to 1700.
(b) 1000 to 1200.
(c) 500 to 1000.
(d) 1700 to 1900.
5. What is the name of the recovery center where Jared goes after he leaves the hospital?
(a) The Company Bank.
(b) The Company Church.
(c) The Company Farm.
(d) The Company House.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does B say is the origin of the world's population explosion?
2. What does Albrecht say he will do to Jared if he starts to call himself B?
3. What is the date on Jared's first entry from Part Three of the book?
4. Jared says he has written his diary with the possibility of what?
5. Albrecht tells Jared he needs to remove the obscuring lenses of what?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why does B believe the Agricultural Revolution caused problems for mankind?
2. Why does Jared speak directly to his reader in the epilogue?
3. How does B draw a parallel between Eastern and Western cultures?
4. What does B say about individual cultures and their place in the scheme of things?
5. How does B explain how population increased since Homo sapiens first appeared on the earth?
6. In his May 31 entry, why does Jared say he cannot call Germany and make sure Shirin and Michael are all right?
7. How are Charles, Shirin, and Jared all B?
8. What does B say caused the advent of Judaism, Brahmanism, Hinduism, Shintoism, and Buddhism?
9. Why does B say an increase in food production will not help the millions that are starving in the world?
10. How does Jared lose the tapes he had recorded of B's lectures?
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