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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Which alcohol does the African god drink in "Conversion"?
2. As an a adult, how does Karintha feel about men?
(a) She has contempt for them.
(b) She loves them.
(c) She needs them.
(d) She fears them.
3. After finding no wounds in Carma, what does Bane do?
(a) Kisses Carma.
(c) Runs away.
(d) Knifes the men helping him.
4. The Song of the Son is a song about whom?
5. To what does the speaker compare another birth in the family line in "Song of the Son"?
(a) A royal crown.
(b) A bird's nest.
(c) A tree leaf.
(d) A plum seed.
6. When contemplating what sort of life Fern might have, how does the author compare love to prejudice?
(a) It is subject to the same narrowminded assumptions.
(b) It cannot be bettered by a change in geographical location.
(c) It is difficult to change once it has been engrained.
(d) It is deeply rooted in issues of possession.
7. How does the speaker feel about Cloine?
(a) He finds her ugly.
(b) He is entranced by her.
(c) He does not care about her.
(d) He hates her.
8. What did the townspeople secretly bring Becky?
(b) Their problems.
9. With what does the poem "Nullo" primarily deal?
10. How is Esther described physically?
11. What kind of songs are being sung in the cotton fields by field workers in "Georgia Dusk"?
(a) Folk songs.
(b) Field songs.
(c) Church songs.
(d) Blues songs.
12. What did Karintha do as a child?
(a) Loved to read.
(b) Gossiped about her peers.
(c) Danced with older boys.
(d) Played baseball.
13. Of what are scythes made?
14. What did Carma shoot?
(a) A deer.
15. To which theme does "Georgia Dusk" contain many references?
Short Answer Questions
1. What do all of the men in Karintha's life want to bring her?
2. How is Carma described?
3. How have the woman's wrinkles described in "Face" been made?
4. Who is observing the forest in "Nullo"?
5. Where was Becky's house?
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