Regarding the Pain of Others Quiz

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Questions 1-5 of 25:

1.

Which of the following is an account of a man's last hours before his execution at the guillotine? (from Chapter 10)

2.

Events enter the collective memory, not by a natural process of remembering but by: (from Chapter 6)

3.

Sontag argues that which of the following effects keeps the television viewer's attention "light", "mobile" and fairly "indifferent" to the images on the screen? (from Chapter 8)

4.

In interpreting photographs, Sontag claims that everyone approaches the image as which of the following? (from Chapter 4)

5.

Discussing the "co-spectatorship" and "indecency" of the image of the Vietcong suspect's execution, Sontag asserts which of the following? (from Chapter 5)

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