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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 word best describes the connection between Kofi Ako and Anowa, as seen toward the beginning of the play, according to the text?
(a) Crazy.
(b) Fleeting.
(c) Heartfelt.
(d) Intense.

2. What aspect does the male part of Being-The-Mouth-That-Eats-Salt-And-Pepper take on according to Phase one of the text?
(a) Intellectual.
(b) Natural.
(c) Realist.
(d) Philosophical.

3. Which of the following does not accurately describe Osam's character, as he is identified in the prologue?
(a) Distant.
(b) Understanding.
(c) Strong.
(d) Loving.

4. According to Osam, Anowa is not like _____________.
(a) Other boys.
(b) He and Badua.
(c) Other people.
(d) Other girls.

5. Which character is at the center of the play?
(a) Anowa.
(b) Badua.
(c) The old man and woman.
(d) The land.

Short Answer Questions

1. Which political category best suits Anowa's character?

2. At what point in Phase one, do the Old Man and woman appear?

3. How do Kofi Ako and Anowa react to the other party's reaction of their affection in Phase one?

4. How many surviving children does Badua have?

5. As stated in the prologue, who is the most important enemy for the Fanti, as well and the British?

Short Essay Questions

1. Explain what affects Badua's outlook and opinions for Anowa, as explained in the prologue.

2. As some time passes, what becomes of the business Kofi Ako and Anowa begin at the opening of Phase two?

3. What is the old man's view on the situation?

4. Who is the old man described in the prologue, and how is he described?

5. What is Anowa's position on purchasing slave labor?

6. What do many people believe when they see Kofi Ako and Anowa working alongside each other?

7. Because of the "glue" that shapes the Yebi village, why does that make Anowa's character even more problematic?

8. What does Osam believe the future holds for Anowa?

9. As can be seen in Phase one, what is the father's role in finding his daughter a husband? How is this tradition made apparent through the text?

10. Describe the gap of communication that exists between Badua and Anowa.

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