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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through The Li Sao: An Elegy.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. How do Ed's partners swindle him out of the business?
(a) The partners pocket cash from laundry orders as often as they can.
(b) The partners kidnap MaMa for ransom that Ed has to pay.
(c) The partners tell him he missed the meeting where they put themselves in charge.
(d) The partners spend all the profits dancing with women on Saturday nights.
2. Which is an example from the text of sensory details?
(a) gold coins that were really chocolate
(b) mother came out of the house
(c) noses against his coat to sniff his tobacco smell
(d) watched the man walk away
3. Which congressional act in 1882 bans Chinese laborers from entering the U.S. for ten years?
(a) Nationality Act
(b) Chinese Exclusion Act
(c) the revoking of Certificate of Residence
(d) the revised Burlingame Treaty
4. What details do we learn about the Wild Man when he talks to the translator in his jail cell?
(a) The Wild Man had many friends on the freighter ship and he was confused by their attempts to send him to a foreign country.
(b) The Wild Man is 39-years-old and has seven children in Taiwan.
(c) The Wild Man has been a seaman his entire life.
(d) The Wild Man captured a four-foot alligator.
5. What action does Maui take that tells the reader where Hina sleeps?
(a) Maui pulled the land up out of the ocean.
(b) Maui pushes the sky higher.
(c) Maui dives into the ocean.
(d) Maui brought fire to Earth.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who is the author speaking or writing to in the beginning of "The Father from China"?
2. How does great grandfather Bak Goong break the rules of silence while working in Sandalwood Mountain?
3. How many years, according to Ah Goong, does it take to complete the railroad?
4. How does Father acknowledge that he recognizes the children?
5. What does Ch'u Yuan decide to do once he accepts that he cannot return home?
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