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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What is John's relation to the theater manager?
2. How is the flesh of the woman described in "Portrait in Georgia"?
3. "Prayer" deals with the thematic tug and pull between what two issues?
(a) Physical/spiritual needs.
(d) God/the devil.
4. Who lives on Seventh Street?
5. In "Calling Jesus," when does the dog of the woman described nuzzle up to the speaker?
(a) When she is sad.
(b) When she tells it to.
(c) When she feels calm.
(d) When she forgets about her life.
6. After comparing his soul to a little finger, how does the speaker then describe this body part?
7. Whom does Rhobert leave behind when he dies?
(a) His wife.
(b) No one.
(c) His wife and children.
(d) His parents.
8. In "Harvest Song," who does the speaker long to hear?
(a) Other field workers.
(b) Children laughing.
(c) The voice of God.
(d) His mother singing.
9. How are the body and mind described in "Prayer"?
10. In "Her Lips are Copper Wire," what does Toomer use as a larger description theme?
11. What is the overall appearance of the woman described in "Portrait in Georgia"?
12. Why does the speaker in "Harvest Song" not call out to his fellow workers?
(a) They do not like him.
(b) He hates them.
(c) He is afraid.
(d) He cannot speak.
13. What ethnicity is Paul?
(c) We do not find out.
14. At what age does the speaker begin to tell the story of Avey?
(a) High school.
(b) As a child.
(c) Middle age.
15. In "Calling Jesus," to what animal is the soul of the woman described compared?
(a) A cat.
(b) A fish.
(c) A bird.
(d) A dog.
Short Answer Questions
1. Seventh Street is located in which city?
2. What is the best description of the storm in "Storm Ending"?
3. Why does the speaker in "Harvest Song" beat his hands?
4. Who is Paul's roommate?
5. What is the physical stature of the woman described in "Portrait in Georgia"?
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