Dear Ijeawele, or A Feminist Manifesto in Fifteen Suggestions Quiz | Eight Week Quiz C

Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie
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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Suggestions 4 - 6.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. How will Ijeawele know that child-care work is being equally shared?
(a) A strong relationship will grow, and the child will naturally be raised by both parents.
(b) True equality will exist and hatred toward one another will not be an issue.
(c) True equality will exist and resentment does not.
(d) Love will blossom and both parents will feel whole.

2. What does Adichie say about her views on feminism to Ijeawele at the start of her Letter?
(a) Feminism is exciting and powerful.
(b) Feminism is for women only.
(c) Feminism is contextual.
(d) Feminism is for both genders.

3. What is Adichie's concern around young girl's experience with sports?
(a) Adichie worries that girls have parts of themselves silenced and stifled, because sports are male activities.
(b) Adichie considers how this lack of physical activity affects future health for young girls.
(c) Adichie fears that girls do not reach higher levels of sports because of their upbringings.
(d) Adichie wonders if girls should not play sports, because they are too dangerous.

4. What warning does Adichie make to her friend at the end of the Opening of the Letter?
(a) Ijeawele might do everything Adichie suggests, but Chizalum will turn out differently.
(b) Ijeawele will not be able to teach all Suggestions, but she should focus on some.
(c) Society will tell Chizalum to be careful how she acts around men.
(d) Chizalum will turn out according to society, but Ijeawele should punish her if she does.

5. How does Adichie feel about work as recommended in Suggestion 3?
(a) Women do not have to love their jobs; they have to love what their jobs do for them.
(b) Women do not have to have a job; they are allowed to be homemakers.
(c) Women should love their work to show their independence.
(d) Women do not have to like their jobs; they have to do them well.

Short Answer Questions

1. What does Adichie suggest Ijeawele do in the coming weeks of motherhood for Suggestion 1?

2. What does Adichie say needs to be the second part of, "If you criticize X in women, but do not criticize X in men..." (27)?

3. What is Adichie upset about in regards to emotions in Suggestion 4?

4. What example does Adichie provide to prove her point about Igbo tradition?

5. Why does it matter what Ijeawele says to her child in Suggestion 6?

(see the answer key)

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