The Unknown Citizen Questions

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Multiple Choice Questions
a) Solemn
b) Criticizing
c) Appreciative
d) Condescending
e) Awe-inspired
a) Point out that the Unknown Citizen was a veteran
b) Emphasize the lack of individuality that unidentified
soldiers and the unknown citizen share
c) Compare the great sacrifices both made in their
lifetimes
d) Emphasize the “monuments” built for both
e) Show how grateful the state was for the services of
each
a) Lived a moral life
b) Served in the armed forces when he was drafted
Dedicated his resources to the poor around the world
d) Was religiously pious
e) Fulfilled the expectations of the organizations who
describe him throughout the poem
c)
a) Show the compassionate side of the organizations
b)
c)
d)
e)
from whom the information is gathered
Quell doubts surrounding the welfare of the
Unknown Citizen
Contrast the speaker’s cold views with human
emotion
Give the second speaker a chance to reassure the first
Show that the reader is mistaken for mistrusting the
groups
a) Discourage support of the “greater community”
b) Encourage individuality and free speech
Satirize government organizations and their
demands for conformity
d) Contrast the differences in political views of the time
e) Praise an example of utilitarian sacrifice
c)
a) Solemn
b) Criticizing
c) Appreciative
d) Condescending
e) Awe-inspired
a) Solemn
b) Criticizing
c) Appreciative
d) Condescending
e) Awe-inspired
a) Point out that the Unknown Citizen was a veteran
b) Emphasize the lack of individuality that unidentified
soldiers and the unknown citizen share
c) Compare the great sacrifices both made in their
lifetimes
d) Emphasize the “monuments” built for both
e) Show how grateful the state was for the services of
each
a) Point out that the Unknown Citizen was a veteran
b) Emphasize the lack of individuality that
unidentified soldiers and the unknown
citizen share
Compare the great sacrifices both made in their
lifetimes
d) Emphasize the “monuments” built for both
e) Show how grateful the state was for the services of
each
c)
a) Lived a moral life
b) Served in the armed forces when he was drafted
Dedicated his resources to the poor around the world
d) Was religiously pious
e) Fulfilled the expectations of the organizations who
describe him throughout the poem
c)
a) Lived a moral life
b) Served in the armed forces when he was drafted
Dedicated his resources to the poor around the world
d) Was religiously pious
c)
e) Fulfilled the expectations of the
organizations who describe him throughout
the poem
a) Show the compassionate side of the organizations
b)
c)
d)
e)
from whom the information is gathered
Quell doubts surrounding the welfare of the
Unknown Citizen
Contrast the speaker’s cold views with human
emotion
Give the second speaker a chance to reassure the first
Show that the reader is mistaken for mistrusting the
groups
a) Show the compassionate side of the organizations
from whom the information is gathered
b) Quell doubts surrounding the welfare of the
Unknown Citizen
c) Contrast the speaker’s cold views with
human emotion
d) Give the second speaker a chance to reassure the first
e) Show that the reader is mistaken for mistrusting the
groups
a) Discourage support of the “greater community”
b) Encourage individuality and free speech
Satirize government organizations and their
demands for conformity
d) Contrast the differences in political views of the time
e) Praise an example of utilitarian sacrifice
c)
a) Discourage support of the “greater community”
b) Encourage individuality and free speech
c) Satirize government organizations and
their demands for conformity
d) Contrast the differences in political views of the time
e) Praise an example of utilitarian sacrifice

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