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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Part V (pages 225 - 269).
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What was Danticat's first experience of intense jealousy?
(a) Seeing how Joseph seemed to prefer Marie Micheline to her.
(b) Seeing how her father doted on her brother Bob.
(c) Seeing her mother and Bob asleep, cuddled together, when Bob was a baby.
(d) Seeing how her mother preferred all of her brothers to her.
2. Where do Joseph and Denise build their first house?
(a) A neighborhood near Port-au-Prince harbor.
(b) Bel Air.
(c) The Southern countryside in Haiti.
(d) The Northern countryside in Haiti.
3. What does the medic who is called to take care of Joseph at the asylum hearing say about his condition?
(a) The medic thinks Joseph is having a stroke.
(b) The medic things he needs to go to the hospital right away.
(c) The medic thinks Joseph is faking.
(d) The medic thinks he needs to use the defibrillator on Joseph.
4. What does Leone, Tante Denise's sister, say about the shooting outside Denise's funeral?
(a) Leone says the shooting was disrespectful.
(b) Leone says the shooting is proof the neighborhood is unsafe now.
(c) Leone says Denise would have been horrified at the shooting.
(d) Leone wonders why there was shooting since Denise was neither in the military or the police force.
5. Where does Tante Denise send Marie Micheline?
(a) A distant, poor part of town.
(b) The U.S.A.
(d) The United Kingdom.
Short Answer Questions
1. Why does Danticat's father not want to take the medication the doctor has prescribed?
2. How does Joseph look different to Danticat when she meets him at the airport in 1983?
3. What does Danticat's mother say when she mishears something?
4. When does the American Consulate write to Joseph requesting that Danticat and Bob undergo a physical to see if they can travel to the United States?
5. What age is Danticat when she moves in with Uncle Joseph and Tante Denise?
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