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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapters 31-35.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. Between what years does the narrator describe thousands of white European immigrants having stolen large tracts of land from the black Africans in Chapter 4: "Chimurenga: The Beginning"?
(a) 1889-1893.
(b) 1895-1904.
(c) 1880-1912.
(d) 1864-1881.

2. Bobo was sent to boarding school with her older sister in January of what year?
(a) 1974.
(b) 1980.
(c) 1977.
(d) 1986.

3. Where did the narrator’s family go the day after the sale in Chapter 20: "Selling”?
(a) To visit a relative.
(b) To the coast.
(c) To the capitol.
(d) Back to the farm.

4. What was Richard studying in Chapter 31: "Moving On"?
(a) Law.
(b) Philosophy.
(c) Business.
(d) Medicine.

5. On what date was Olivia Jane Fuller born?
(a) August 28, 1976.
(b) December 17, 1980.
(c) May 2, 1968.
(d) March 9, 1972.

Short Answer Questions

1. In Chapter 20: "Selling,” the narrator’s father woke up the family in the middle of the night to dress in their best clothes and go to sell what in town?

2. After how much time did Bishop Abel Tendekay Muzorewa give power back to the British in Chapter 22: "Independence"?

3. From what denomination were the visiting missionaries in Chapter 14: "Missionaries 1975"?

4. What did Mum believe the ranch managers were attempting to do in Chapter 30: "Nervous Breakdown"?

5. What phrase does the narrator use to describe her mother growing increasingly drunk in Chapter 2: "Getting There & Zambia 1987"?

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