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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What is Beere's relationship to Daodu?
(c) They are not related.
2. What possibility drives Wole into a depression in Chapter 11?
(a) The possibility that Hitler may win World War II.
(b) The possibility his baby sister may die.
(c) The possibility that Essay may die.
(d) The possibility he will never be able to attend college.
3. In Chapter 14, what unites the unions being created across Africa?
(a) A central leadership group called the African Committee.
(b) A call for higher education standards.
(c) All the unions are created and run by women.
(d) A call for the end to the white man's rule.
4. Who interrupts the festival given to Beere when she returns from England?
(b) An orphan boy.
(c) Paa Adatan.
(d) A naked woman.
5. Why does Beere travel to England in Chapter 13?
(a) To escape arrest.
(b) To advocate for the country's needs.
(c) Because a friend in need is in London.
(d) To see Big Ben and other landmarks.
Short Answer Questions
1. What best describes Kemberi's oratorical style?
2. How long does the mob violence at the Alake compound last?
3. How does Wild Christian respond to the mob violence in Chapter 14?
4. In Chapter 9 after a fight with a snake, what part of the snake does Broda Pupa bury?
5. What is the name of Sorowanke's boyfriend?
Short Essay Questions
1. Describe the events leading up to the women's group decision to march on the Alake.
2. What are two examples of racist views that are brought to light in Chapter 15 by members of Wole's community?
3. How does Wild Christian react to the chaos and violence that erupts at the Alake's compound?
4. What is the nature of the controversy that arises from Beere's trip to England? How does the women's group respond?
5. What expectation does Wole have in Chapter 9 for Isara? What is the reality of Isara?
6. Describe Wild Christian's women's group. Who are its members? What do they discuss?
7. What problems exist in Wole's community? What are the social issues of the day?
8. What words of caution does Father have for Wole in Chapter 9, in regards to secondary education?
9. What does Essay make Wole promise in Chapter 11? How does Wole respond to this request?
10. Describe the events that lead up to the violence at the Alake's compound.
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