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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. What does Section 2 compare and contrast?
(a) The English and the narrator.
(b) Antigua of the past and present.
(c) Antigua and England.
(d) The tourists and the Antiguans.

2. What does the sign on the front of the library claim?
(a) No natives allowed.
(b) Repairs are pending.
(c) Open for business.
(d) No women allowed.

3. Who do the tourists wonder at?
(a) The natives.
(b) The English.
(c) The narrator.
(d) Themselves.

4. What are the tourists normally reassured of?
(a) Their intelligence.
(b) Their ugliness.
(c) Their attractiveness.
(d) Their friendliness.

5. Who does Kincaid say is a potential tourist?
(a) Every native.
(b) No one.
(c) The narrator.
(d) Antiguans.

6. What has changed since the narrator's youth?
(a) The Antiguan government.
(b) Her mother.
(c) Slavery has been abolished.
(d) Antigua.

7. What either frightens or thrills the tourists?
(a) Landing in Antigua.
(b) The lack of rain.
(c) The drivers' carelessness.
(d) The waves on the beach.

8. Who owns the second mansion described in Section 1?
(a) The narrator.
(b) Evita.
(c) A Middle Eastern family.
(d) An infamous drug smuggler.

9. What is done so that the English Princess will have a favorable impression of Antigua?
(a) The streets and buildings are repaired.
(b) The natives are gathered for a parade.
(c) English flags are flown from every possible pole.
(d) The hotel is lavishly decorated.

10. What does the lush vegetation of the neighboring islands indicate?
(a) The likelihood of rain.
(b) The lack of rain.
(c) The lack of health on the island.
(d) The health of the island.

11. Who owns much of Antigua?
(a) The Middle Eastern family.
(b) Evita.
(c) A drug smuggler.
(d) The narrator.

12. According to the author, where do the tourists behave as normal people?
(a) Everywhere.
(b) In Antigua.
(c) There is no such thing as normal people.
(d) At home.

13. Where do the tourists finally arrive in Section 1?
(a) At their resort.
(b) In Antigua.
(c) At the hotel.
(d) At the narrator's house.

14. What language do Antiguans speak?
(a) Latin.
(b) Antiguan.
(c) African.
(d) English.

15. What indicates that the building is actually a school?
(a) Children.
(b) A sign.
(c) A flag.
(d) A teacher.

Short Answer Questions

1. Who constantly rebukes children for behaving like monkeys?

2. Who do the tourists see as superior to the natives and their ancestors?

3. What is extremely dynamic in Antigua?

4. Who arrives in Antigua at the beginning of Section 1?

5. Who condemns the tourists' lack of concern?

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