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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. Who cleared the Knights of Nordica treasury and brought the money for escape in Chapter 12?
2. What do the mill workers do once they hear the rumors about the chairman of the strike in Chapter 7?
3. What refers to a protagonist who lacks the attributes that make a heroic figure, such as nobility of mind and spirit, a life or attitude marked by action or purpose?
4. What do the mill owners build for their employees, who have no time to use it?
5. The thank you note from the thief in Chapter 11 is signed by whom?
Short Essay Questions
1. What can be ascertained by Matthew's jealousy of Bunny in Chapter 12?
2. How does Matthew go about shutting down the Republican vote in Chapter 9?
3. What word does Matthew receive of a strike in Chapter 7? Where does he go?
4. What does Buggerie reveal about Snobbcraft's ancestry in Chapter 11? What of the other candidates?
5. Who are the Anglo-Saxon Association of America, and who leads them?
6. Why do the mill laborers distrust the New York unionizers in Chapter 7?
7. How do Snobbcraft and Dr. Buggerie attempt to cover their tracks in Chapter 11? What do they discover?
8. In what way does Matthew cheat everyone involved in the strike in Chapter 7?
9. How do the antihero and his conspirators escape in Chapter 12?
10. Why are Democrats worried about losing votes in Chapter 8?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Define and discuss the literary elements of irony and satire. What elements of satire are evident in the first two chapters of "Black No More"?
Essay Topic 2
Describe the character of Bunny Brown. How old is Bunny? What are Bunny's feelings about his race and his friendship with Max?
Essay Topic 3
Discuss America's racial history and the South during the 1930s. What was life like for African Americans in the South? How was it different in the North?
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