The Poetics of Space Quiz

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Questions 1-5 of 25:

1.

Who, according to Bachelard, is able to enter the hidden space of the extreme? (from Drawers, Chests and Wardrobes)

2.

What is able to invent forms emerging from shells that are beyond scientific research according to Bachelard's theories based on the work of Baltrusaitis? (from Shells)

3.

Why does a conchologist classify shells? (from Shells)

4.

Who put forth the statement that every being seems in itself round? (from The Phenomenology of Roundness)

5.

In the words of Bachelard, a mollusk that weighs fourteen pounds but with a shell that weighs five hundred or more pounds can be described in what way? (from Shells)

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