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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Whose life does Tituba help save?
2. Who tells Tituba that she will survive?
(a) Elizabeth Parris.
(c) The woman who owns the sheep.
(d) Elizabeth Proctor.
3. The activist in the Forward describes the book as which of the following?
(a) A document of Tituba's faith.
(b) Tituba's revenge.
(c) Tituba's statement of love.
(d) Tituba's life's work.
4. What relationship do Tituba and Elizabeth begin to have?
5. What do Abena and Yaya warn Tituba against?
6. Who does Tituba want revenge against?
(a) White slave owners.
(b) White women.
7. Whom does Tituba reject the support of?
(a) Sarah Goode.
(b) Elizabeth Proctor.
(c) Elizabeth Parris.
(d) Anne Putnam.
8. What does Maryse Conde claim to sense strongly, which helped her to write this book?
(a) Tituba's voice.
(b) Pieces of dialogue Tituba had with others.
(c) Tituba's personality.
(d) Documents about Tituba's faith.
9. Who does Tituba teach her poem to?
(d) A mysterious woman.
10. Who does Ms. Endicott begin to plot against?
11. What does Tituba call the hot water remedy she makes for Betsey?
(a) Magic bath.
(b) Potion bath.
(c) Power Shower.
(d) Medicine shower.
12. What defines spiritual and emotional subjugation in the text?
(c) Physical subjugation.
13. A doctor says that Abigail and Betsey are being victimized by whom or what?
(d) A visitor.
14. Tituba's story is intended to be perceived in what way?
(a) Folk lore.
(b) Purely non-fiction.
15. Who claims to have wanted to speak to Tituba about her visions?
(a) Abigail Indian.
(b) Elizabeth Samuels.
(c) Sarah Goode.
(d) Anne Putnam.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who stops Tituba from helping Betsey?
2. What is purity equivalent to in the text?
3. Who is Yao?
4. What relationship does Maryse Conde claim to have with Tituba?
5. Yaya tells Tituba that which adjective describes all black people?
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