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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What was Hester tried for?
(a) Mental illness.
2. Benjamin thinks that he is being punished for what reason?
(a) Not giving Tituba freedom.
(b) Being a bad person.
(c) Physically attacking his children.
(d) Not practicing Christianity.
3. Hester dreams of living in a society dominated by which group of people?
4. Who does Tituba finds out are plotting against her on Barbados?
(a) Plantation owners.
(b) Group of escapees.
(c) Wise men.
5. How does Tituba react to Iphigene initiating sex with her?
6. How old was Sarah Goode's daughter when Tituba had an encounter with her?
7. Tituba says that she and Iphigene have started which of the following?
8. How many children does Benjamin have?
9. What novel is the character Hester from?
(b) The Great Gatsby.
(d) The Scarlet Letter.
10. How many men was Tituba beaten and assaulted by?
11. How many people were at the Salem meeting denounced as witches?
12. When Tituba is imprisoned, what does she notice about John Indian?
(a) He is also accused of witchcraft.
(b) He has become more religous.
(c) He has become more angry.
(d) He appears more prosperous.
13. What does Scarboro discuss the history of?
14. What gift does Tituba accept from Benjamin?
(a) His dead wife's jewelry.
(b) His dead wife's clothing.
(c) A home.
(d) A marriage proposal.
15. What does the historical note admit?
(a) There is no evidence Tituba was actually pregnant.
(b) There is no evidence of Tituba's death.
(c) There is no evidence Tituba actually existed.
(d) There is no evidence of what happened after Tituba was jailed.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Christopher want to become?
2. What is the occupation of the Jewish man Tituba meets?
3. What does Conde's use of contemporary terms do?
4. Why is Benjamin the victim of attacks?
5. In Tituba's dreams of female sexuality, what does the sexuality represent?
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