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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Sequence Five.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. What is Poem Fourteen about?
(a) The narrator's need for a new man.
(b) The narrator's irritation with men.
(c) The narrator's love of friendship.
(d) The narrator's need to be loved by a man.

2. At the end of Poem One, what type of colored girls does the narrator say this play is for?
(a) Those who have created their own rainbow.
(b) Those who have found refuge in a new rainbow.
(c) Those who have moved to the ends of their own rainbow.
(d) Those who have abandoned their rainbow.

3. What is the race of the characters in For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When the Rainbow is Enuf?
(a) Hispanic.
(b) African American.
(c) White American.
(d) Asian American.

4. Where is the lady in orange from?
(a) Outside Houston.
(b) Outside Chicago.
(c) Outside Baltimore.
(d) Outside St. Louis.

5. Which one of these folk songs does the cast of the play sing in Poem One?
(a) "Little Sally Walker."
(b) "Rollercoaster Ride."
(c) "Shake It Shimmy."
(d) "Riding Down the River."

Short Answer Questions

1. What themes are the poems in Sequence Four built around?

2. Which one of these folk songs does the cast of the play sing in Poem One?

3. According to the narrator, what happens when Beau learns that the main character is pregnant again in Poem Nineteen?

4. Where is the lady in yellow from?

5. Which character narrates Poem Eleven?

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