6 final test brave ne#70801.cwk

Brave New World
___ out of 25 points
Directions: Place the letter of the BEST answer in the blank on the left.
___ 1. What is the name of the process that allows the Hatchery to produce many clones from a single egg?
(A) The Podansky Process
(B) The Trotsky Process
(C) The Bokanovsky Process
(D) Centrifugal Bumble-puppy
___ 2. The term for birth in the Hatchery is
(A) Social predestination
(B) Uncorking
(C) Hatching
(D) Decanting
___ 3. How are children in the Nursery conditioned to dislike books and flowers?
(A) By preventing the children from ever seeing books or flowers
(B) By using hypnopaedia to teach them that books and flowers are worthless
(C) By spanking the children when they approach books or flowers
(D) By sounding alarms and shocking the children when they approach books or flowers
___ 4. What two hypnopaedic lessons are the children in the Nursery learning during the boys’ tour of the
(A) Elementary Sex and Elementary Class Consciousness
(B) Elementary Fordism and Elementary Class Consciousness
(C) Elementary Sex and Elementary Caste Structure
(D) Elementary Sex and Elementary Soma
___ 5. Why does Fanny try to convince Lenina to be more promiscuous?
(A) Because she thinks Lenina is lonely
(B) Because “every one belongs to every one else”
(C) Because she thinks Henry Foster is treating Lenina poorly
(D) Because she thinks Bernard Marx is attractive
___ 6. Why are Bernard Marx and Helmholtz Watson friends?
(A) Both feel alienated from World State society
(B) Both are committed to trying to change the World State
(C) Both have been persecuted by the World State
(D) They are friends for no particular reason
___ 7. How does the Solidarity Service end?
(A) With singing and large doses of soma
(B) With an orgy
(C) With a sermon from the Community Songster
(D) With a series of hypnopaedic lessons
___ 8. How does Bernard convince Lenina to go on a date with him?
(A) By inviting her to visit a Savage Reservation
(B) By telling her that she is “pneumatic”
(C) By telling her that he loves her
(D) She does not need to be convinced; he simply asks
___ 9. Where is the Savage Reservation located?
(A) New Mexico
(B) Nevada
(C) Texas
(D) Arizona
___ 10. How does Lenina react to observing the Savage religious ritual?
(A) She is horrified
(B) She is fascinated
(C) She is sympathetic
(D) She ignores it
___ 11. Which one of the following World State sayings has to do with soma?
(A) “Everyone is happy now”
(B) “Progress is lovely”
(C) “A gramme is better than a damn”
(D) “Never put off till to-morrow the fun you can have to- day”
___ 12. What is the purpose of the religious ritual performed by the Savages?
(A) To bring rain
(B) To initiate the young men of the pueblo into adulthood
(C) To cleanse the pueblo after the outsiders’ visit
(D) To improve community cohesion
___ 13. Why was Linda attacked by the other women of the village in the Reservation?
(A) Because she slept with their husbands
(B) Because she did not speak their language
(C) Because she was from the Other Place
(D) Because she insulted them
___ 14. What was the first book that John read as a child?
(A) The Complete Works of William Shakespeare
(B) Milton’s Paradise Lost
(C) The Chemical and Bacteriological Conditioning of the Embryo
(D) Orwell’s 1984
___ 15. What is the name of the feely that John watches on his date with Lenina?
(A) Three Weeks in a Helicopter
(B) A Gramme a Day
(C) A New Othello
(D) Love in the Sky
___ 16. After his return from the Reservation with the Savage, what event leads to Bernard’s fall from
social grace?
(A) John refuses to meet Bernard’s dinner guests
(B) John tries to convince a crowd of Deltas not to take soma
(C) Lenina abandons him after John refuses to sleep with her
(D) Bernard sends Mustapha Mond a letter criticizing the World State
___ 17. Why is Helmholtz first criticized by the World State authorities?
(A) He writes a poem about solitude
(B) He writes a poem criticizing the World State
(C) He reads Shakespeare with the Savage
(D) He spends too much time with Bernard
___ 18. What is the lesson of the Cyprus experiment described by Mustapha Mond?
(A) A society of Alphas is unworkable
(B) Life on a Savage Reservation can destroy any amount of conditioning
(C) Happiness is the only criterion for the success of society
(D) Soma is a necessary component of a stable society
___ 19. What did Mustapha Mond do that almost got him exiled to an island?
(A) He conducted scientific experiments
(B) He criticized the World State
(C) He wrote poetry
(D) He visited a Savage Reservation
___ 20. Mustapha Mond says that “You can’t have a lasting civilization without . . .”
(A) “plenty of pleasant vices.”
(B) “soma.”
(C) “pre-natal conditioning.”
(D) “stability and happiness.”
___ 21. What does “V.P.S.” stand for?
(A) Vigorous Panic Surrogate
(B) Viviparous Pregnancy Surrogate
(C) Violent Passion Surrogate
(D) Vivid Passion Surrogate
___ 22. After retreating to the lighthouse, what does John do that first attracts the reporters?
(A) He cries for his mother
(B) He calls Lenina’s name
(C) He whips himself
(D) He plants a garden
___ 23. What motivates John’s suicide at the end of the novel?
(A) Linda’s death
(B) His unrequited love for Lenina
(C) His disillusionment with the “brave new world”
(D) His participation in a soma-driven orgy
___ 24. Mustapha Mond tells John that civilizations have to choose between God and
(A) Soma
(B) Stability and strength
(C) Machinery and medicine and happiness
(D) Technology and progress
___ 25. Of the following, who does not sleep with Lenina?
(A) Bernard
(B) Benito
(C) John
(D) Henry

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