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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. Where do Leafy and Celia meet?
2. Leafy's first visit to Dr. Murray is a result of Lee Wan telling him not to use _______________.
3. After Dr. Murray's response to Leafy's proposal, what does Leafy do?
4. At the end of Part Two, Chapter 10, Leafy states his name is _________________.
5. In Part Two, Chapter 9, how does Priscilla see Leafy?
Short Essay Questions
1. Are internal or external causes the root of Leafy's problems?
2. In Part Two, Chapters 6-10, how does Leafy display his anger?
3. Describe the affair between Celia and Leafy.
4. With what information does Adekunle blackmail Leafy?
5. What happens when Leafy proposes the bribe to Dr. Murray?
6. What is Femi Robinson's role in the novel?
7. In the final chapter of the novel, how does the theme of resignation come through?
8. In Part Three, Chapter 6, what happens between the Duchess and Leafy after he plays Santa?
9. Who are the various people Leafy has to report to, and what stress does this cause him?
10. At the end of the novel, what happens to Dr. Murray, and what is Leafy's response?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Throughout the reading of the novel, we have analyzed the development of the plot. In an essay, summarize the key events of the novel and how they relate to the following elements of plot: exposition, conflict, rising action, climax, and resolution.
Essay Topic 2
In an essay, analyze what effect point of view has on the novel. Using examples from the text, from what point of view is A Good Man in Africa told? How would the novel change if it were told from each of the following different point of views:
Adekunle- first person
Hazel- first person
Third person omniscient
Essay Topic 3
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.
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