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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. Why is Isnard's wife shot?
(a) Because she wants to protect Isnard.
(b) Because she is robbed.
(c) Because she runs outside with a gun.
(d) Because she steals from management.
2. In Dakar, how are the marchers greeted by the residents?
(a) With gunfire.
(b) With a celebration.
(c) With fear.
(d) They aren't greeted.
3. What does Maimouna do at the end of "Epilogue"?
(a) She sings.
(b) She carries a child.
(c) She buries a body.
(d) She goes to sleep.
4. What role does Edouard play in the strike?
(a) He is a union negotiator.
(b) He is a management representative.
(c) He is a French dignitary.
(d) He is an African politician.
5. What do the women do when Bakayoko returns?
(a) They gather in the streets.
(b) They cook a large meal.
(c) They stay inside their homes.
(d) They start a bonfire.
Short Answer Questions
1. How do the apprentices first treat the strike?
2. What does Bakayoko do after Penda announces her plan to march to Dakar?
3. In "Chapter 16", what does Boubacar enjoy about the march?
4. In "Epilogue", how are the women described after the strike?
5. How does Bakayoko learn that Beugosse switched sides to stand with the French?
Short Essay Questions
1. What happens on the third day of the march to Dakar?
2. What happens after Beaugosse leaves the union?
3. How does Dejean first react to Bakayoko's return in "Chapter 15"?
4. Why do the women march to the Vatican?
5. What happens after the apprentices are shot?
6. What does Leblanc confess to in "Chapter 14"?
7. What happens when N'Deye Touti and Bakayoko discuss marriage in "Chapter 18"?
8. How do the strikers feel about Isnard when they return to work in "Epilogue"?
9. What does Bakayoko talk about during the speeches in "Chapter 17"?
10. How is Bakary affected by Bakayoko's return in "Chapter 15"?
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