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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Who vows to Tituba to see her hanged?
(a) A pastor she does not know.
2. What is the name of the poem in Chapter 8?
(a) Lament for My Lost Child.
(b) Eagerness for Another Soul.
(c) Sorrow for Our Losses.
(d) Desire to Say Goodbye.
3. How does Tituba feel about Christianity?
(a) It makes her feel more spiritual.
(b) It comforts her.
(c) It makes her acknowledge her dark past.
(d) It makes her uneasy.
4. Whom does Tituba describe as a mere "accomplice"?
5. John's desire for survival is an example of which literary device?
6. What defines spiritual and emotional subjugation in the text?
(b) Physical subjugation.
7. The woman who owns sheep alludes to which event?
(a) Tituba's death.
(b) John Indian's death.
(c) The birth of Tituba's child.
(d) The rebirth of Tituba as a spirit.
8. Tituba's story is intended to be perceived in what way?
(a) Purely non-fiction.
(c) Folk lore.
9. Which members of the Parris family have been having fits?
(a) Abigail and Betsey.
(b) Abigail, Elizabeth, and Betsey.
(d) Betsey and Elizabeth.
10. Who is presented as the most oppressive type of person?
(a) Slave owners.
(b) Middle-aged white women.
(c) Those who believe in a religious deity.
(d) White male Christians.
11. Tituba and the two girls witness what kind of execution in the streets?
12. A doctor says that Abigail and Betsey are being victimized by whom or what?
(c) A visitor.
13. Tituba wants to be seen in which way?
14. Who does Tituba become concerned with in terms of health in Part 1, Chapter 9?
15. How does Conde portray Christianity?
Short Answer Questions
1. Which of the following does Tituba not face in Part 1, Chapters 3, 4, and 5?
2. What relationship do Tituba and Elizabeth begin to have?
3. A girls asks Tituba if she is which of the following?
4. In what century was Tituba on trial for witchcraft?
5. What does Tituba use on the window sill as a focus for her imaginings?
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