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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. In "Chapter 5", what does N'Deye Touti say she likes about Bakayoko?
(a) His government job.
(b) His rejection of polygamy.
(c) His education.
(d) His writing.
2. At Diara's trial, why is it suggested that he be flogged?
(a) Because Diara is widely disliked.
(b) Because it's French law.
(c) Because that's what the Koran dictates.
(d) Because all the other workers were beaten.
3. Why does Ramatoulaye threaten to kill her brother's pet?
(a) He won't buy clothes for her.
(b) He won't help her get food.
(c) He won't speak to her on the street.
(d) He won't give her a job.
4. Who takes over the workers jobs when they strike in "Chapter 3"?
(b) People from different villages.
5. What does Beaugosse do when the fire breaks out in "Chapter 9"?
(a) He takes cover.
(b) He begins starting fires also.
(c) He fights it for hours.
(d) He isn't in town when the fire starts.
Short Answer Questions
1. What was Bakayoko's role before he went missing?
2. In "Chapter 7", why do the French soldiers beat Ad'jibid'ji and Niakoro?
3. In "Chapter 7", how many union members are discovered to have returned to work?
4. How does Sounkare die?
5. In "Chapter 1", how do the train workers decide to strike?
Short Essay Questions
1. What do N'Deye Touti and Beaugosse talk about in "Chapter 5"?
2. In "Chapter 4", what do the women in the cart discuss?
3. What does Sounkare do before visiting the garage in "Chapter 10"?
4. Why is Ramatoulaye frustrated in "Chapter 4"?
5. When does Ramatoulaye turn herself into the police?
6. What happens at the strike meeting in "Chapter 1"?
7. In "Chapter 9", how does Mame Sofi feel about the confrontations with police?
8. How does Penda form a relationship with Maimouna?
9. What makes Maimouna stand out in the marketplace?
10. How do the workers feel the morning of the strike in "Chapter 2"?
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