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This test consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. Whom does Anowa encounter in Phase one?
2. How many generations of characters are presented in the prologue of the story?
3. Which is the first character that the audience meets?
4. What word best describes the connection between Kofi Ako and Anowa, as seen toward the beginning of the play, according to the text?
5. Which political category best suits Anowa's character?
Short Essay Questions
1. Describe the gap of communication that exists between Badua and Anowa.
2. As can be seen in Phase one, how do you describe the voice of the old man?
3. How is life lived in the village of Yebi?
4. What suggestion does Anowa give for Kofi Ako to become a father?
5. What is the function of Being-The-Mouth-That-Eats-Salt-And-Pepper, as described by Aidoo in the prologue?
6. What is the old man's view on the situation?
7. Describe what Kofi Ako and Anowa are doing at the beginning of Phase two.
8. How do you describe Kofi Ako's personality, as seen in Phase one?
9. Who does Anowa begin talking to after her great realization in Phase three? What does she say?
10. As can been seen in Phase one, how do you describe the voice of the old woman?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
By the end of the story, have the feelings of Being-The-Mouth-That-Eats-Salt-And-Pepper change? Why or why not? What does this change or lack of change represent?
Essay Topic 2
Differences are things that occur in everyday life. How are differences, or things of unusual nature, perceived by the people of the Yebi village? Given the authors prologue and direction of the story, do you consider the author to be tolerant of things that are different? Why or why not?
Essay Topic 3
What circumstances improve the relationship that Anowa has with Badua and Osam? How do they contribute to its destruction?
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