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This test consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. In Part Two, Chapter 1, who does Leafy feels is the one he's been waiting for all his life?
2. After Dr. Murray's response to Leafy's proposal, what does Leafy do?
3. What is Arthur Fanshawe's response to seeing the servant's body?
4. Who is the Duchess surprised to see in her shower?
5. What natural resource plays a role in the election?
Short Essay Questions
1. At the end of the novel, what happens to Dr. Murray, and what is Leafy's response?
2. In part Three, Chapter 5, what does Leafy do with Innocence's body?
3. Explain the predicament Leafy has gotten himself into by having a relationship with Celia.
4. At the end of the novel, how will retribution be served against Adekunle?
5. What is Femi Robinson's role in the novel?
6. In Part Two, Leafy is losing many things. What is he losing?
7. In Part Two, Chapters 6-10, how does Leafy display his anger?
8. Describe Leafy's first visit to Dr. Murray.
9. Who are the various people Leafy has to report to, and what stress does this cause him?
10. With what information does Adekunle blackmail Leafy?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Part Two of the novel takes place in a flashback. In an essay, analyze the use of flashbacks to foreshadow future events. Use examples from the text to support your thesis.
Essay Topic 2
In an essay, write a literary critique of A Good Man In Africa. Include the following:
· What is the author's purpose in writing the story?
· What is the author's underlying belief about the topic?
· Do you agree with the author's conclusions?
· Does the writing follow a conventional plot diagram?
· Is the conflict made clear?
· Do you agree with the author's resolution of the conflict?
· Is there enough evidence throughout the novel to support the events that take place?
Essay Topic 3
The theme of Part One, Chapter 2, is decadence. In an essay, examine the theme of loss and analyze those things Leafy has lost, either through his own doing or someone else's.
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