Part 1, From the Subway to the Synagogue, p. 1 - 30.
1. Where does the author step off the train when he first enters Brownsville?
(a) Broadview Avenue.
(b) 35th Street.
(c) Rockaway Avenue.
(d) Main Street.
2. What is the era in which the author's childhood took place?
(a) The Great Depression.
(b) The 1920's.
(c) World War One.
(d) World War Two.
3. What feelings does the author experience when he gets off the train?
(a) No feelings at all.
(b) Rage, dread and unexpected tenderness.
(c) Fear, loathing, and disgust.
(d) Hope, lightheartedness and joy.
4. When the narrative begins, how many years has it been since the author left to live in "the city?"
(a) Five Years.
(b) Ten Years.
(c) Thirteen Years.
(d) Three Years.
5. Who is it the author always sees first when he enters Brownsville?
(a) The children.
(b) The Negroes.
(c) The old women.
(d) The subway guard.
6. What can the author see in every ground floor kitchen window?
(a) Lemonade and jam.
(b) Containers of milk and fresh poppy seed rolls.
(c) Pies cooling for dessert.
(d) Jars of beans and fresh herbs.
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