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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. Where does Lupe say she went to study this afternoon in "Lupe"?
2. Who tells Steve ""Maybe your father's dream wasn't really in his heart. If a dream is in your heart, you never lose it" in "Steve Ericson"?
3. In the poem "The Door," the author asks if the reader's heart is like what, too?
(a) A pineapple.
(b) A potato.
(c) A strawberry.
(d) An onion.
4. Who catches Sheila's eye and shakes her head before going back to a drawing in "Sheila Gamberoni"?
5. In "Private Puzzle," the author writes "But still I go on seeking an ____ slot to slip myself into."
Short Answer Questions
1. Who is listed as the author of "What's in a Name"?
2. In "Self-Portrait: A Poem for my Father," the author writes "Your definition [of love] is a" what?
3. What does Raynard say is his mother's favorite saying in "Raynard Patterson"?
4. Who does Janelle say asked her to marry him yesterday in "Janelle"?
5. What is the name of the girl who Porscha Johnson beat up?
Short Essay Questions
1. What happens at the assembly at the end of the school year, as described by Tyrone?
2. Where does Lupe say she wants to go to college in "Lupe"? Why?
3. Who is Amy envious of in "Amy Moscowitz"? Who gives Amy advice about jealousy?
4. What does Diondra's father become furious about in "Diondra"? What does she leave him in the hopes he will begin to understand her?
5. How does Porscha describe gaining her reputation in "Porscha Johnson"?
6. What is Sheila caught doing by Wesley in "Sheila"? What is her reaction?
7. What does Mai Tren represent symbolically in the narrative?
8. What does Tyrone relate about the newspaper article after the reading of "The Door"?
9. How has Lupe's focus changed in the narrative by the time she reads "Imagine"?
10. From whose perspective is the "Epilogue" written? How is she described?
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