UNIT 1 TEST Review Game Sophomore Language Arts Which of these archetypal settings is best illustrated in the opening paragraph of Genesis?
A. a plant that connects heaven and earth B. a universe of opposites C. a great sea that cleanses the human spirit D. a starless night ANSWER: B
B. a universe of opposites Which detail most CLEARLY stresses humanitys special place among living things?
A. God creates Adam from earths dust B. Got creates Eve to keep Adam company C. God creates Adam in Gods image D. God creates Eve from Adams rib
ANSWER: C C. God creates Adam in Gods image What does the serpent most clearly seem to represent?
A. human hunger for knowledge B. temptation to evil C. the animal kingdom D. Eves conscience ANSWER: B
B. temptation to evil Why does God cause the Flood?
A. to punish humanity for its sins B. to reduce the population C. to end a terrible drought D. to reward Noah and his family ANSWER: A A. to punish humanity for its
sins Which word best describes the kind of person Noah is? A. unskilled
B. bossy C. gullible D. virtuous ANSWER: D D. virtuous Which of these archetypal settings is central to The
Story of the Flood? A. a garden paradise B. a river crossed when a person dies C. a boat on which life survives
D. a sea that parts miraculously ANSWER: C C. a boat on which life survives What covenant is made in Chapters 6-9 of Genesis?
A. God orders Adam and Eve not to eat from the tree of knowledge. B. The serpent tricks Eve into disobeying Gods command C. God promises Noah that he will
never again destroy all of humanity D. Eve persuades Adam to join her in disobeying Gods command ANSWER: C C. God promises Noah that he will never again destroy all humanity
Which of the following characteristics does God most clearly display in Genesis 1-3 & 69? A. an air of mystery B. a sense of humor C. power
D. mercy ANSWER: C C. power Which of these archetypal settings is NOT clearly illustrated in Genesis 1-3 & 6-9?
A. a communal hall where people congregate B. an ideal place C. a universe comprised of opposites
D. a landscape that emerges from watery chaos ANSWER: A A. a communal hall where people congregate The main function of the Prologue to The Epic of
Gilgamesh is to: A. describe ancient Sumer, where the epic takes place
B. give the reader a better understanding of the poet-historian who composed the epic C. tell about Gilgameshs background and feats, some of which the epic will later recount D. tell about Gilgameshs birth and family ANSWER: C
C. tell about Gilgameshs background and feats, some of which the epic will later recount What quality most clearly sets Gilgamesh apart from other Sumerians?
A. He knows how to prepare for a fierce battle B. He is part man and part god C. he is a faithful friend D. he shows compassion towards his enemies ANSWER: B
B. He is part man and part god Which statement best describes Enkidu?
A. He starts out as Gilgameshs enemy but winds up as his friend B. He is a childhood friend of Gilgameshs C. He starts out as Gilgameshs friend but winds up his enemy D. He is part man and part god ANSWER: A
A. He starts out as Gilgameshs enemy but winds up as his friend What is the heros quest in The Epic of Gilgamesh?
A. Enlils complaint of the confusion created by humankind B. Utnapishtims construction of a boat C. Gilgameshs search for the secret of immortality
D. Enkidus confrontation with Humbaba ANSWER: C C. Gilgameshs search for the secret of immortality What is the main event that prompts Gilgameshs
quest? A. the death of Enkidu B. the death of Humbaba C. the flood D. becoming king of Uruk
ANSWER: A A. the death of Enkidu How is Utnapishtim able to survive the flood?
A. The other gods prevent Enlil from hurting him B. Ea instructs him in a dream C. His immortality allows him to survive D. He begs Enlil to spare him ANSWER: B
B. Ea instructs him in a dream Which lesson do the quest and its outcome seem to impart?
A. A humans desire for immortality cannot be realized B. Many a hero has followed a foolish quest C. Kings are as nearly as powerful as the gods D. Immortality, though rarely
bestowed, is an important human goal. ANSWER: A A. A humans desire for immortality cannot be realized Which part of the heros journey is applicable? *In The Alchemist, Santiago has a
recurring dream about treasure in the Egyptian pyramids. A. The Call to Adventure B. The Belly of the Whale C. Temptation D. The Ultimate Boon
ANSWER: A A. The Call to Adventure Which part of the heros journey is applicable? *In The Alchemist, Santiago sells his flock of sheep and takes a boat to Tangier in Africa, leaving his
shepherd life behind. A. The Call to Adventure B. The Crossing of the First Threshold C. The Road of Trials
D. The Ultimate Boon ANSWER: B B. The Crossing of the First Threshold Which part of the heros journey is applicable? *In The Alchemist, Santiago is
beaten up by some men and they stole from him. A. The Road of Trials B. The Magic Flight C. Rescue from Without D. The Crossing of the Return
Threshold ANSWER: B B. The Magic Flight Which part of the heros journey is applicable? *In The Alchemist, With his personal legend completed, Santiago can now
go back to Fatima. A. The Crossing of the Return Threshold B. Master of the Two World C. Freedom to Live
D. I dont know ANSWER: C C. The Freedom to Live THATS ALL FOLKS!!
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