Citizen: An American Lyric Quiz | Eight Week Quiz G

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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapter 7.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. In a poetic monologue in Chapter 6, the author writes, "The hearts of my brothers are" what?
(a) "Shining."
(b) "Broken."
(c) "Genuine."
(d) "Healed."

2. In Chapter 3, the author writes, "A friend tells you he has seen a photograph of you on the Internet and he wants to know why you look so" what?
(a) "Happy."
(b) "Scared."
(c) "Cerebral."
(d) "Angry."

3. The author writes in Chapter 7, "Some years there exists a wanting to escape — you, floating above your certain ache — still the ache" what?
(a) "Dominates."
(b) "Dissolves."
(c) "Coexists."
(d) "Embraces you."

4. What word in Chapter 4 refers to a contemplative person?
(a) Ruminant.
(b) Sycophant.
(c) Allegiant.
(d) Valedictorian.

5. What does the author describe the man at the cash register asking her in Chapter 3?
(a) Whether she is a writer.
(b) Whether she will be dining in.
(c) Whether she would like to pay by cash or credit.
(d) Whether she thinks her card will work.

Short Answer Questions

1. In Chapter 5, the author writes, "You give yourself back until nothing's left but the dissolving blues of" what?

2. In "Long Form Birth Certificate" in Chapter 6, the author writes, "All living is listening for" what?

3. On what date did the beating take place involving the Jena Six?

4. What is the narrator instructed to do after being fingerprinted and stripped in "Stop-and-Frisk" in Chapter 6?

5. On what date did the center of Hurricane Katrina pass southeast of New Orleans, Louisiana?

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