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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. Who captured him after he left the Union army?
(a) A Slave Hunter
(b) The Sheriff of Utah
(c) The Ku Klux Klan
(d) The Confederates
2. What two characters does Beloved have separate conversations with in this chapter?
(a) Stamp Paid and Denver
(b) Denver and Sethe
(c) Denver and Janey
(d) Paul D and Sethe
3. Why does Stamp Paid think that nobody warned Sethe about the men coming to take her back to Sweet Home?
(a) Because the men had paid them to keep quiet
(b) Because they were afraid
(c) Because they thought Baby Suggs was putting on airs
(d) Because they didn't like Sethe
4. Why are the people who went to the party so upset?
(a) Sethe is not a nice person
(b) Because they had fun at Baby Suggs's house
(c) They were sent home too early
(d) The pies were awful
5. How did Mr. Garner die?
(b) A broken heart
(c) A heart attack
(d) A stroke
Short Answer Questions
1. What fact does Beloved remember about a dead man?
2. What war did Denver's brother leave to fight in?
3. Why does Stamp have trouble knocking at Sethe's door?
4. Who arrives to talk to Paul D?
5. Why does Sethe think she does not have to explain anything to Beloved?
Short Essay Questions
1. Do you think a white family would take in a white man as a black family would take in a black man?
2. Why do Sethe and Denver need Beloved to be theirs?
3. Why does Sethe want to kill her children?
4. Is Paul D in denial that it is Sethe in the photograph?
5. Why does Sethe refuse to clean the blood from her nipple?
6. In chapter twenty-two what do you think Beloved's story is about?
7. What does the black statue outside the Bodwin's signify?
8. Why do you think think that the slaves take names such as Baby Suggs?
9. What does Sethe walking around in circles symbolize?
10. Why do you think Sixo yells out "Seven-O, Seven-O"?
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