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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Where does Emperor Jones go at the end of the sixth forest scene?
(a) Back to the palace.
(b) He lies still, with his face to the ground.
(c) Back to the crossroads.
(d) Further into the forest.
2. What is the irony at the end of Emperor Jones?
(a) Jones had always claimed to be immortal, but the natives threatened his life and he showed them that he was afraid of death.
(b) Jones swore that he could only be killed by a silver bullet, but he died of self-inflicted injuries and exhaustion.
(c) Jones had run away from imprisonment in America, and then he died of his freedom in the West Indies.
(d) Jones manipulated the natives by saying that he could only be killed by a silver bullet, but they killed him with a silver bullet after all.
3. What does the sixth forest scene tell us about Emperor Jones' wanderings?
(a) He has eluded his pursuers, and knows where to run to.
(b) He is far away from the palace and totally disoriented.
(c) He has finally made it to a place of safety.
(d) He has traveled to the place where the natives will find him.
4. What is the irony of the silver bullet?
(a) It cost the natives money to make it, but it saves them money as well.
(b) It started as money and ended the natives' poverty.
(c) It ends the natives' oppression, but now they are murderers.
(d) It liberates the natives, but kills Emperor Jones.
5. What does Emperor Jones use to dispel his final vision?
(a) His jacket.
(b) His silver bullet.
(c) A shovel.
(d) His shoes.
Short Answer Questions
1. How does Emperor Jones dispel his final vision?
2. Where does the fifth forest scene open?
3. What does Emperor Jones see in the fifth forest scene?
4. Is Emperor Jones moving any closer to freedom in the fifth forest scene?
5. What wrongdoing does Emperor Jones admit to in the fourth forest scene?
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