Eng 220 s07 exam2 versionA

Eng 220 s07 exam2 versionA - English 220: Exam 2, yersion A...

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Unformatted text preview: English 220: Exam 2, yersion A Instructions: You need to use a red Parscore scantron. Remember to indicate under “Test Form” which version of the exam you are taking. Please also use a #2 pencil. If you decide to change an answer, make sure that you thoroughly erase the original answer, or else the computer will not accept the exam. Finally, remember to take the exam with you, preferably with your answers marked, if you want to go over your results with me. 1. I“; 6. . How many Jews were In Judaism contributed made two essential contributions to the history of religion. are they? A.) the pairing of bagels and lox; b.) monotheism and nihilism; monotheisrn and the expectation of a moral universe overseen by a moral god; c.) punishments after death and immediate rewards during life. ' “The Holocaust” refers to: a.) Germany’s defeat at the end of World War I; b.) Geunany’s - - ~ at at the end of World War II; c.) the atomic bombing of Hires - ' n .w- e destruction of European Jewry by the Nazis between 1938 and 1945. ' ed during the Holocaust? A.) one million; b.) three million; (3.) four million' million. “However, I resolved that I would always believe what I was told. What’s the good of n_ot believing? Today it’s your-wife you don’t 'eve; tomorrow it’s God Himself you won’t take stock in.” This line is said by‘ ' pel; b.) Elke; c.) the Rabbi; d.) Gimpel’s son. . Enemies; A Love Story concerns the problem of: a.) intelligence; b.) justiceQ post-Holocaust Judaism; d.) poverty. According to Tamara, Broder, and Masha, after the Holocaust: a.) Christianity is the only valid religion; b.) conventional Judaism is bankrupt; c.) all the synagogues have been destroyed, making Jewish observance impossible;l of the above. , “If we don’t want to become like the azis, we must be Jews.” This line is said by: a.) Herman Broder; b.) T asha Kotik; d.) Yadwiga. . The line in the question above demonstrates is the the central problem of post-Holocaust Judaism, that belief in God is both impossible and necessary; b.) the central problem of pagan religion; c.) the premise for the state of Israel; d.) a temptation by the Spirit of Evil. ' “What happened to me can never be fully told.” This line is said byTamara; b.) Yasha Kotik; c.) Masha; d.) Rabbi Lampert. .- 23. “Terror is theatre. We inspire, we 'ghtenf- awaken indignation, er love. We enlighten.” This is said by: a Becker harlie; c.) Michael; . Khalil. 24. In an interview Le Cane said that in LDG, he w r. - u to illustrate “the irreconcilability of the problem.” He does so by: roviding the justifications for térrorisrn while making clear that terrorism equals barbarism; b.) only giving one side of the issue; c.) insisting on the moral superiority of the Palestinians; d.) insisting on the moral superiority of the Israelis. 25. He “wheeled and dealed and lied even in his prayers, but he forced more good luck than the Jews had had for two thousand years.” This line describes: 3.) Becker; 1).) Char1ie;@urtz; d.) Misha Garon. C C ""21. What event is always ' 10. For Herman Broder, the Holocaust: @keeps breaking into the present; b.) an 11. 12. l3. 14. 15. 16. event he has successfully repressed; c.) an event that concerns him, but not that much; d.) is the subject of his doctoral dissertation. Yadwiga: a.) informed on Broder during World War II, leading to his imprisonment in a concentration camp; b.) met Broder in America; 0.) works as Broder’s maid‘ d. 'd Broder in a hayloft during World War II. M has how many narratives? a.) one;@wo; c.) three; (1.) four. Mag belongs to which genreomic book; b.) novel; c.) short story; d.) graphic novel _ One reason Spiegleman decided to use animals to represent humans is: a way of confronting the problem of representing the Holocaust; a way of making his comic book commercially successful; he likes animals more than people; We do not know, he never addresses this question. Vladek cannot come to terms with: a.) the death of his first wife, Anna; b.) his estrangement from Artie; c.) the death of his extended familyfljthe death of his first son, Richieu. Artie‘s unresolved trauma concerns: a.) his estrangeme from his father, Vladek; b.) the death of his extended family in the Holocaust 's mother’s suicide; d.) his father’s second marriage. ladek burned them; c.) Vladek found the diaries and donated them to the 17. W happened to Anna’s diaries? a.) They form the basis for Artie’s narrative; 18. 19. 20. In this novel, Le Carré olocaust Mueum; d.) Artie discovers that the diaries never existed. “The Zionists kill for fear and for hate,” he announ justice.” This line is said by: a.) Selim; b.) Becker; . “Palestinians for love and urtz; d.) Khalil. The “Catastrophe” refers to: a.) the Holocaust; b.) the 1967 War c. ‘ e 1948 War; d.) the critical reception of The Li 1 Drummer Girl. sents: a.) only the Israeli narrative; b.) only the Palestinian narrative; .) th narratives; d.) the objective truth. urtz’s mind and which justifies all actions taken against Palestinian terrorists? the'Holoeaust; e 1948 War; 0.) the 1967 War; d.) the Yom Kippur War 0 1973. 22. The Little Mmer gig? concerns what cultural crisis: a.) 9/11; b.) the Vietnam War; c.) the Iraq War; terrorism. . ...
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