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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Who asks Anowa to marry him in Phase one?
(a) The old man.
(b) No one.
(c) A young man from the village.
(d) Kofi Ako.
2. Which character is at the center of the play?
(a) The land.
(d) The old man and woman.
3. Badua is concerned for Anowa's __________.
4. Which word best describes Badua's feelings upon hearing Anowa's news in Phase one, as can be seen in the text?
5. What is the other woman in Phase one carrying?
6. Who do the old man and old woman react with during Phase one?
(a) No one.
7. Which character in the story uses a system of projection/replacement as a way of making up for his/her shortcomings?
(a) Kofi Ako.
8. Who does the old woman have sympathy for by the end of Phase one?
(b) Kofi Ako.
9. Which political category best suits Anowa's character?
10. Who does Anowa's willfulness reflect on? As is typically seen in the villagers tradition.
(c) Her parents.
(d) The tribe elders.
11. How many surviving children does Badua have?
12. Which character in the play portrays the ideal woman figure in African culture?
(c) The girl slave.
13. Where is Aidoo originally from, as stated in the prologue of the story?
14. Whom does Anowa encounter in Phase one?
(c) Kofi Ako.
15. According to Kofi Ako's reputation with the village, he thinks himself to be __________.
(a) Destined for greatness.
(b) Too handsome.
(c) A con artist.
(d) Very intelligent.
Short Answer Questions
1. Finish the statement, as seen in Phase one. Anowa ___________ to marry the men her parents choose.
2. According to Osam, Anowa is not like _____________.
3. Which word does Badua use to describe Kofi Ako in Phase one?
4. How does the other party react, when seeing the nature of the connection between Kofi Ako and Anowa in Phase one?
5. How many years are men asking for Anowa's hand in marriage, as stated in the prologue?
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