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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Who offers up the lessons in the story?
(c) The old woman.
(d) The old man.
2. What is the weather like at the beginning of Phase two?
(c) Hot, but not too hot.
3. Anowa's chief concern at the beginning of Phase two is _______.
(a) That she does not yet have a child.
(b) That Kofi Ako doesn't love her any more.
(c) That she is too weak to work.
(d) She misses her parents.
4. What does Kofi Ako suggest they do in order for Anowa to have some female companionship?
(a) That she tries to make some friends.
(b) That he takes another wife.
(c) Buy female slaves.
(d) That she moves back in with Badua.
5. Toward the middle of Phase two, Badua and Osam discuss that it is wrong to deny whom their heritage?
(a) Both Kofi Ako and Anowa.
(c) Their grandchildren.
(d) Kofi Ako.
6. What is the significance of this word: Panyin-Na-Kakra, as used in commentary in Phase three?
(a) The afterlife for those of the Ghana coast.
(b) The name of Ghanaian greed.
(c) The name of the alternate ending.
(d) The title of the boy and girl slaves.
7. What is the lighting doing when the scene again focuses on Kofi Ako and Anowa?
(a) Very dark.
(b) Dim lighting.
(c) Red lighting.
(d) Bright lighting.
8. What is Anowa unable to do by the end of Phase two?
(a) Bear children.
(b) Work hard.
(c) Buy slaves.
(d) Find time for the business.
9. What is the ultimate cause of Kofi Ako's decision to commit suicide?
(a) Feelings of guilt
(b) He has nowhere else to go.
(d) He is miserable.
10. What suggestion does Anowa make at the beginning of Phase two to Kofi Ako?
(a) That he go on with out her.
(b) That he take another wife.
(c) That they travel back to Yebi.
(d) That they buy some slaves.
11. What does Anowa do as the lights begin to dim?
12. The old man states that there must be something _________________about slavery.
13. Badua believes that slavery _________________.
(a) Is morally wrong.
(b) Is something that cannot be changed.
(c) Makes life easier.
(d) Is nothing she ever hears of.
14. Whom does Anowa begin talking to during her breakdown in Phase three?
(a) The tribe elders.
(b) The spirits of her siblings.
(c) The slaves.
(d) The house furnishings.
15. How many years pass when the scene is focused again on Kofi Ako and Anowa?
(b) Not many.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Kofi Ako finally tell Anowa she must do?
2. Anowa begins a monologue regarding an incident that occurs when she is what age?
3. Before Anowa's realization in Phase three, what is the community's assumption about Anowa?
4. What does the issue of slavery do to the marriage of Kofi Ako and Anowa?
5. Which of Anowa's family members are most present throughout this monologue?
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