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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. In Chapter 4, Matthew introduces himself to Reverend Givens as what?
(a) An archaeologist.
(b) An anthropologist.
(c) A physicist.
(d) A biologist.
2. What word refers to a Caucasian of non-Jewish descent, especially of the Nordic type?
3. In what war did Bunny and Max both serve?
(a) World War II.
(b) The Vietnam War.
(c) The War of 1812.
(d) World War I.
4. What was passed by the Congress of the United States shortly after the American Civil War helping to protect the voting rights of African-Americans?
(a) The Race Acts.
(b) The Power Acts.
(c) The Confederate Acts.
(d) The Force Acts.
5. How much money does the reporter in the cab offer Max for his story in Chapter 2?
Short Answer Questions
1. What is a militant organization designed to protect and promote the rights of black Americans in the novel?
2. What word means freedom from anything that debases, contaminates, pollutes, etc.?
3. To where does Max take a taxi in the end of Chapter 2?
4. What holiday is it in the beginning of Chapter 1?
5. Where was the second Ku Klux Klan established?
Short Essay Questions
1. What complication arises for Max once the news article is released in Chapter 2?
2. Why does Max sell his story to the press after his procedure?
3. What examples of uniting take place in Chapter 6?
4. What conversation does Max have with Bunny in the end of Chapter 2? What is indicated by it?
5. What do Matthew's actions determine his character to be in the plot of "Black No More" in Chapter 4?
6. Who is Reverend Givens? How does Matthew introduce himself to this man?
7. How is a dichotomy illustrated in Matthew in Chapter 6?
8. What are Max's first experiences like as a white man in Chapter 2?
9. How is the black community changing in Chapter 5?
10. Where is Max in Chapter 4? How has his identity changed?
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