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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. What is the setting of this work?
(a) Asia.
(b) Europe.
(c) Africa.
(d) America.

2. What is the title of Poem One?
(a) Dark phrases.
(b) Pyramid.
(c) No assistance.
(d) One.

3. What does the lady in orange do at the end of Poem Four?
(a) She talks to the audience about love.
(b) She convinces the main character to leave her man.
(c) She reads her own letter to a man that she can't talk to anymore.
(d) She recaps what happened earlier in the poem.

4. How did the main character in Poem Three react when she found out that her favorite musician was not going to be playing?
(a) She started to cry.
(b) She lost her temper.
(c) She tore up the musician's albums.
(d) She demanded to get her money back.

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

6. What is the only way that the lady in orange says she can communicate at the beginning of Poem Five?
(a) Through dancing.
(b) Through poetry.
(c) Through singing.
(d) Through writing letters.

7. In Poem Six, which characters narrate the poem?
(a) The ladies in blue, red, and purple.
(b) The ladies in yellow, red, and green.
(c) The ladies in purple, brown, and red.
(d) The ladies in orange, green, and blue.

8. In Sequence One, which character says, "we rambled from camden to mount holly/ laughin our tassles from the rear view mirror/ climbin different sorta project stairs"?
(a) The lady in green.
(b) The lady in red.
(c) The lady in blue.
(d) The lady in yellow.

9. What does each character do before anyone starts to speak?
(a) Runs on stage and falls on the floor.
(b) Sings a popular song.
(c) Runs on stage and freezes in a position of distress.
(d) Dances to a popular song.

10. Which character relays the main narrative in Poem Four?
(a) The lady in green.
(b) The lady in red.
(c) The lady in yellow.
(d) The lady in purple.

11. What does the main character in Poem Three identify as her race/heritage?
(a) Mostly White with hints of Spanish.
(b) Mostly Spanish with hints of African American.
(c) Mostly African American with hints of White.
(d) Mostly African American wih hints of Spanish.

12. What does the main character in Poem Four make a list of?
(a) Places she would like to live.
(b) Some of the goals she has in life.
(c) The ways she loved her man.
(d) The things she looks for in a man.

13. In Poem Three, what happened as a result of the main character's favorite musician not playing?
(a) She stopped listening to worldly music.
(b) She never listened to that artist again.
(c) She discovered different kinds of music.
(d) She learned to play an instrument.

14. Who is the last character to speak in Poem One?
(a) The lady in green.
(b) The lady in brown.
(c) The lady in red.
(d) The lady in purple.

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

Short Answer Questions

1. Which character says, "are we ghouls?/ children of horror?/ the joke?"

2. Where is the lady in yellow from?

3. What song plays at the start of Poem Six?

4. What is the second word spoken in Poem Seven?

5. In Poem Two, where does the poem's main character go with the guy she met at the party?

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