|Name: _________________________||Period: ___________________|
This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. After the thief leader's suggestion Jonathan thought he heard more ____.
(c) Windows rattling.
2. What does Jonathan finally answer to the thief leader's suggestion to call someone else for help?
(b) Pick someone else.
3. How much money does Jonathan say that he has?
(a) 25 shillings.
(b) 100 shillings.
(c) 50 pounds.
(d) 20 pounds.
4. The second knock on the Iwegbu door was ____ and imperious.
5. How many gallons does the container hold that Jonathan gets ready to take with him, while his neighbors watch?
(a) Three liters.
(b) Five gallons.
(c) Two liters.
(d) Four gallons.
Short Answer Questions
1. In his attempt to negotiate, how does Jonathan address the thief and his men?
2. What sounded like it might have fallen after the second knock?
3. How many times did the thief knock before making a demand?
4. Now that the war is over, according to the thief leader, this is a time for ____ peace.
5. Jonathan begged the thief leader to ____ again and to hurry up and go.
Short Essay Questions
1. Why is the family even more frightened after the thieves call for help?
2. After calling for the police, how does the thief continue to mock Jonathan?
3. Why is the Iwegbu family already in a normal routine instead of lamenting their loss?
4. What do the thieves ask for, and what do they say they will do if they don't get it?
5. How does the thieves' leader describe his and his men's intentions?
6. What happens once the Iwegbu family knows who is at their door?
7. How does Achebe show possible military corruption in the story when the thief is offering to call for help on behalf of the Iwegbu family?
8. How do you know about what time it is when Jonathan falls asleep?
9. Who is at the door and what do they want?
10. What is Jonathan's attitude toward his neighbors in the light of day after the robbery?
This section contains 783 words
(approx. 3 pages at 300 words per page)