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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Where do the African warriors go in "The Idols of the Tribe"?
(a) The field.
(b) The river.
2. Where is the art in "Beta"?
(a) On the floor.
(b) In the sky.
(c) On the walls.
(d) In the city.
3. What do the African warriors in "The Idols of the Tribe" do?
4. Who breaks her leg in "African China"?
(a) Dixie Dixon.
(b) Sally Suitor.
(c) Mary Martin.
(d) Dot Duet.
5. What does Liberia represent in "Libretto for the Republic of Liberia"?
(d) A new Africa.
6. How does the narrator describe hate in "The Idols of the Tribe"?
(b) A blessing.
7. What happens to people who worship false idols in "The Idols of the Tribe"?
(a) Hellfire and brimstone.
(b) God will judge them.
(c) They die.
8. What is the purpose of the Warriors' ceremony in "The Idols of the Tribe"?
9. What does the Curator think about Hideho Heights in "Xi"?
(a) He is a fake.
(b) He loves his work.
(c) He is indifferent.
(d) He thinks he is genuine.
10. What colors does the curator mention in "Gamma"?
(a) No colors are mentioned.
(b) Blue, silver, red.
(c) Orange and neon green.
(d) Olive brown and Ruby red.
11. In "Omicron," what is the temperament of the artist?
12. What does the narrator of "Tapestries of Time" want to prevail?
(d) The educated.
13. Why will the narrator in "Beta" never be censored?
(a) He won't shut up.
(b) His art is free.
(c) He has money.
(d) He is married to the mayor.
14. What is culturally empty compared to Liberia according to "Libretto for the Republic of Liberia"?
(d) The theater.
15. Whose criticism does not count in "Omicron"?
(a) Poor men.
(b) Rich men.
(c) The blind.
(d) Fellow artists.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who does Tolson list in "Tapestries of Time" as being a tyrant?
2. In "The Idols of the Tribe," what does the fool do?
3. Who is the poet laureate of Lenox Avenue in Harlem?
4. Who follows tyrants?
5. What artist did the Curator teach Black Diamond about?
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