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The Poetics of Space Quiz

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Questions 1-5 of 25:

1.

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)

2.

Through a magnifying glass, what does the first view of any phenomenon become in the author's opinion? (from Miniature)

3.

Which four artist-thinkers does Bachelard cite early in "The Phenomenology of Roundness"? (from The Phenomenology of Roundness)

4.

As explained by the author in "Drawers, Chests and Wardrobes," what value does an image have that a metaphor does not? (from Drawers, Chests and Wardrobes)

5.

For Bachelard, what is the dichotomy of doors? (from The Dialectics of Outside and Inside)

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