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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. When did Cecily fall in love with Carr?
(a) When "Jack" mentioned his brother.
(b) When he criticized Marx.
(c) When Gwen mentioned her brother.
(d) When he came into the library.
2. What food does Carr eat in this section as he tries to reason through his situation?
(d) Cucumber sandwiches.
3. Which of the following is not a specific art movement that Lenin decries as incomprehensible in this section?
4. To whom does Tzara credit the creation of Dada?
5. Having only studied alphabetically, Carr says that politically he has not progressed beyond what?
6. What affliction does Joyce confess to having at the beginning of this section?
7. What does Carr dream about sometimes?
(a) The trenches.
(b) Cross-examining Joyce.
(c) Acting in The Importance of Being Earnest.
(d) Writing Ulysses.
8. What leader does Lenin state that he particularly distrusts in this section?
(b) Lloyd George.
9. At a meeting of Russian emigres in Zurich, though what country do the Russians discuss passing to return to their homeland?
10. What is the first thing that Carr does when he meets Tzara in this section?
(a) He runs away from him.
(b) He punches him.
(c) He apologizes to him.
(d) He dances with him.
11. According to Carr, what likely happened around the same time as Das Kapital was published?
(a) The worker officially became alienated form his labor.
(b) Britain became the dominent manufacturing state.
(c) Europe lost interest in socialism.
(d) The capitalist system began improving.
12. In Lenin's poorly-remembered speech in this section, what does losing two revolutions look like?
13. What does Lenin dislike about the staging of a Dickens tale?
(a) Its sentimentality.
(b) Its classism.
(c) Its Christian undertones.
(d) Its relentless Britishness.
14. Thinking that he is Tristan Tzara, how does Cecily characterize Henry Carr when they meet in Act 2?
(a) Foolish and profligate.
(b) Dark and mysterious.
(c) Brilliant and radical.
(d) Decadent and nihilistic.
15. Why does Cecily forgive Carr's outburst in the library in this section?
(a) She is captivated by him.
(b) She is about to quit her post as librarian.
(c) The reference section is about to close.
(d) The library is empty.
Short Answer Questions
1. In this section, Cecily say that when the history of the revolution is written, what will not loom large in it?
2. What movement is represented by the artist Mayakovsky in this section?
3. What two countries are attempting to prevent Lenin's entry to Russia?
4. According to Cecily, what is the sole purpose of art?
5. According to Joyce, what is the only country not to have its art well-represented in Zurich?
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