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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. According to the village customs, being born a high priestess is ____________.
(a) Great responsibility.
(b) A great tragedy.
(c) A high honor.
(d) Frowned upon.
2. Which character in the story represents the antithesis of the ideal person, according to African tradition?
(c) Kofi Ako.
3. Which of the following is not said to be included in the play?
(a) Familial values.
(b) Conventional relationships.
4. Who do the old man and old woman react with during Phase one?
(a) No one.
5. What else does Anowa's becoming a priestess bring to her family?
6. Badua is concerned for Anowa's __________.
7. Whom does Anowa encounter in Phase one?
(a) Kofi Ako.
8. What does Badua say in response to Anowa insisting on helping Kofi Ako?
(a) She insists upon his laziness.
(b) She begins to understand Anowa's side.
(c) She questions Anowa.
(d) She points out his failures.
9. Which character "wasshes their hands" of Anowa in phase 1?
(c) Kofi Ako.
(d) The old woman.
10. What is another name for the old man and the old woman?
11. Which political category best suits Anowa's character?
12. What does Anowa insist she helps Kofi Ako with?
(a) Making something of his life.
(b) Being a good husband.
(c) Gaining wealth and success.
(d) Leaving Yebi.
13. Which word does Badua use to describe Kofi Ako in Phase one?
14. How many years pass since the treaty is signed with the Europeans, as Aidoo sets the play up?
15. What does Anowa pack up during Phase one?
(b) Her belongings.
(d) Her clothes.
Short Answer Questions
1. Which character in the story uses a system of projection/replacement as a way of making up for his/her shortcomings?
2. What type of tale is this play based from?
3. In what part of Africa does the "Anowa" take place?
4. How many years past puberty is Anowa?
5. Finish the statement, as seen in Phase one. Anowa ___________ to marry the men her parents choose.
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