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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 does Anowa have to do in order to become a high priestess?
(a) Spend time in solitude.
(d) Pray five times a day.
2. Who do the people of the village blame for Anowa's behavior, as explained in the prologue?
(a) The high priestess.
(b) Kofi Ako.
3. What is the voice of the old man and woman supposed to represent in terms of the village?
(a) The whole of the village.
(b) A type of godly figure.
(c) Tribe ghosts.
(d) Anowa's grandparents.
4. What does Anowa vow to do in Phase one?
(a) To never marry.
(b) To become a high priestess.
(c) To never have children.
(d) To never return home.
5. Who do the old man and old woman react with during Phase one?
(b) No one.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who does Anowa's willfulness reflect on? As is typically seen in the villagers tradition.
2. How many different approaches to life does Being-The-Mouth-That-Eats-Salt-And-Pepper take?
3. In what part of Africa does the "Anowa" take place?
4. According to the old woman, what does time do to children?
5. Which of the following does not accurately describe Badua's character, as she is identified in the prologue?
Short Essay Questions
1. How do you describe Kofi Ako's personality, as seen in Phase one?
2. What is the function of Being-The-Mouth-That-Eats-Salt-And-Pepper, as described by Aidoo in the prologue?
3. What do many people believe when they see Kofi Ako and Anowa working alongside each other?
4. What is Kofi Ako's reputation?
5. As can be seen in Phase two, what is Anowa's chief concern?
6. How is life lived in the village of Yebi?
7. Describe the first encounter between Kofi Ako and Anowa.
8. As some time passes, what becomes of the business Kofi Ako and Anowa begin at the opening of Phase two?
9. What does Anowa realize about Kofi Ako by Phase three?
10. What is the glue of the Yebi village, as can be seen in the prologue?
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