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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapter 14.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does Trueblood's story suggest about the white men at the jail house?
(a) They were angry and kept him in town as an example of how not to behave.
(b) They secretly enjoyed hearing his story.
(c) They were horrified by his story and tried to get him to move.
(d) They didn't believe his story.
2. What is ironic about Trueblood's situation?
(a) Other men have done the same thing.
(b) He receives charity from the whites.
(c) The college wants him to leave.
(d) The college wants him to stay around.
3. What does the unnamed man at the party ask the narrator to do?
(a) sing a spiritual
(b) give a speech
(c) sign a commitment
4. According to Reverend Barbee, why does Dr. Bledsoe enjoy a position of apparent power?
(a) The Founder and Bledsoe were related.
(b) The Founder, with his dying breath, asked Bledsoe to continue in his leadership
(c) Dr. Bledsoe had performed favors for the Founder.
(d) The Founder told Reverend Barbee that Bledsoe deserved the position.
5. What makes the narrator homesick when he first gets to New York?
(a) the sight of other black people
(b) a Gideon Bible
(c) the letters he carries
(d) a message from Mr. Norton
Short Answer Questions
1. How does the narrator describe the students as they enter the chapel?
2. What does the narrator fear is the reason for his inability to get an appointment with the trustees?
3. Where does the road in the college town ultimately lead?
4. Where does the narrator find himself in chapter 11?
5. Why does the narrator not tell the doctors his name after the procedure?
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