Persian Letters. Translated with an Introd. and Notes, by C. J. Betts Quiz

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Questions 1-5 of 25:

1.

What are the moral reasons for the dwindling population according to Usbek? (from Letters 100 - 113)

2.

What happened to Zachi and her servant according to letter 45? (from Letters 33 - 45)

3.

For the common man, what are the consequences of having too many rules and regulations in religion according to Usbek? (from Letters 33 - 45)

4.

What does Nargum lament concerning the Tartars? (from Letters 79 - 92)

5.

How much punishment should a government apply to the people in order to make them respect the law according to Usbek? (from Letters 66 - 78)

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