Lila: An Inquiry Into Morals Quiz

Robert M. Pirsig
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Questions 1-5 of 25:

1.

What does Phaedrus conclude about the "Lilas" of the world in regards to their role in society at the end of Chapter 29? (from Part III, Chapters 24-32)

2.

For what reasons did Phaedrus believe that the Victorians were directly responsible for the roaring 20s? (from Part II, Chapters 16-23)

3.

For what sort of Quality does Phaedrus believe Lila only looks? (from Part II, Chapters 16-23)

4.

What fault does Phaedrus find with the Victorian concept of morals? (from Part II, Chapters 16-23)

5.

The two words that Phaedrus clings to at the end of Chapter 30 that illustrate a resolved conflict between static and dynamic Quality are rta and ____. (from Part III, Chapters 24-32)

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