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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does Shorty think Malcolm is doing with his religious talk?
(a) finding something to occupy his time.
(b) trying to prove he is insane.
(c) making fun of the white guards.
(d) coming up with a new hustle.
2. What does Malcolm say when the policeman says bloodshed never solved anything?
(a) he says it might solves something now.
(b) he says why not find out?
(c) he says it could, given a chance.
(d) he says it did when the blood was ours.
3. What metaphor does Laura use to describe her condition?
(a) a lot of rags tied together.
(b) a dress that is past mending.
(c) a torn dress.
(d) a dress that is mended many times.
4. What is the metaphor of the wolves, rats, and swine in Luther's recounting of his brother's murder?
(a) the uncleaness of his brother.
(b) the conflict of society.
(c) a sign from a black God.
(d) the white people who killed him.
5. Over what does Malcolm challenge the Sunday Bible Teacher?
(a) whether Jesus actually raised from the dead.
(b) whether Jesus was white.
(c) whether Jesus was nothing more than a prophet.
(d) whether Jesus actually lived.
6. What does Laura find out about Malcolm as they visit?
(a) that Malcolm is running dope.
(b) that Malcolm is a Muslim minister.
(c) that Malcolm is hiding from the law.
(d) that Malcolm is now married.
7. How does Malcolm introduce himself at the police station?
(a) Lawyer Malcolm Little of the Seventh district.
(b) Minister Malcolm X of Temple Number Seven.
(c) Rev. Malcolm X of the Black Brotherhood.
(d) Minister Malcolm Little of Temple Faith.
8. What does Luther say about white men being devils?
(a) some of them are.
(b) most of them are.
(c) none of them are.
(d) all are without exception.
9. What does Malcolm say he feels like when he walks the streets of Harlem?
(a) like he lived there in another lifetime.
(b) like someone raised from the dead.
(c) like a stranger in a strange land.
(d) like an animal being hunted down.
10. What does Laura want instead of coffee?
(a) a glass of milk.
(b) a drink.
(c) just to talk.
(d) something to eat.
11. Who does Malcolm meet at the subway?
12. Why does Laura say she will never go to Malcolm's Temple?
(a) she hates religion.
(b) she can't picture Malcolm as a minister.
(c) her old man won't go for it.
(d) she feels content with her own religion.
13. To whom does Luther write about Malcolm?
(a) the preseident.
(b) the leader.
(c) Malcolm's mother.
(d) the governor.
14. What is the symbolism of the new glasses and a pawnshop watch lying on a towel?
(a) it symbolizes time and infinity.
(b) it symbolizes Malcolm's release from prison.
(c) it symbolizes clean thought and clear vision.
(d) it symbolizes good versus evil.
15. What does Luther tell Malcolm all black people are?
(a) a nation.
(b) an accident of nature.
(c) a sub-species.
(d) a lost tribe of Israel.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is Laura's comment after Malcolm says that black people don't have to suffer like they do?
2. What is the paper Luther talks about with Malcolm and Sydney?
3. What course is Miss Betty teaching when Luther, Malcolm, and Sidney eavesdrop?
4. What does Luther tell Malcolm about using his fists?
5. What is Malcolm's response when the police tell them to return in the morning?
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