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Four Week Quiz B

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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapter 9.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. What is Douglass's concern symbolic for?
(a) Lack of control.
(b) Loss of his identity.
(c) Feeling helpless.
(d) Not being loved.

2. Who teaches Douglass some written words?
(a) White boys in the street.
(b) Mrs. Auld.
(c) White overseers who like him.
(d) Mrs. Lloyd.

3. Who says, "I speak advisedly when I say this,--that killing a slave, or any colored person, in Talbot County, Maryland, is not treated as a crime, either by the courts or the community."
(a) Daniel O'Connell.
(b) Frederick Douglass.
(c) Wendell Phillips.
(d) William Lloyd Garrison.

4. What does the author of the Second Preface compare slaves to?
(a) Tools.
(b) Rocks.
(c) Animals.
(d) Machines.

5. What happens to Douglass at the end of Chapter Nine?
(a) He is sold to a new master.
(b) He's lent to a slaveholder to be taught how to obey.
(c) He is traded to a new master for a horse.
(d) He runs away.

Short Answer Questions

1. What extreme example does Douglass give in Chapter Four of what slaveholders are able to get away with?

2. What does Douglass's master teach him?

3. What later happens to the person whose offices and printing presses are destroyed?

4. What does Douglass compare the treatment of slaves in the city to?

5. Which state does Frederick Douglass come from?

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