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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What city did Frank and Florence live in?
(a) New York
(d) New Orleans
2. What does Gabriel do when Elizabeth tells him no one is to blame for Roy's behavior?
(a) Sends Roy to his room
(b) Hugs her
(c) Slaps her
(d) Walks out of the house
3. What does John's father call white people?
(b) Loving and kind
(c) Wicked and deceitful
4. Who argues with John's mother in the kitchen?
5. What does Florence say Frank was extravagant with?
6. Who freed Florence's mother from slavery?
(a) A governor
(b) Nothern troops
(c) Abraham Lincoln
(d) Southern troops
7. Who do Roy and his gang try to pick a fight with?
(a) Religious leaders
(b) The Ku Klux Klan
(c) A rival black gang
(d) White boys
8. What do Roy and his mother argue about?
9. How did Florence's mother try to stop Gabriel from being wicked?
(a) She forced him to go to church
(b) She beat him
(c) She sent him to boarding school
(d) She sent him to New York
10. What is the name of Gabriel's sister?
11. Why does Florence think Gabriel rejoices in her presence at church?
(a) It means he can make her feel bad
(b) It means he has a won a bet with her
(c) It means she can still go to heaven
(d) It means some hardships have come to her
12. What does Florence say her mother used to tell stories about?
13. What was Florence denied by her mother?
14. Where does Florence keep the letter from Deborah?
(a) Her handbag
(b) Her bra
(c) A deposit box
(d) Her shoe
15. What does John mean by saying he has sinned his hand?
(a) He has stolen
(b) He has masturbated
(c) He has touched a woman
(d) He has touched a boy
Short Answer Questions
1. How does Gabriel try to control Roy?
2. What does Florence claim she uses for her husband's sake?
3. What does Florence think tonight might be the time to do?
4. Where did Florence move to in 1900?
5. What does John excel at?
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