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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 the narrator fear is the reason for his inability to get an appointment with the trustees?
(a) He fears a conspiracy.
(b) He thinks the secretaries are not telling him the truth.
(c) He fears there may not be any jobs after all.
(d) He thinks no one is seeing the letters he submitted.
2. What is ironic about Trueblood's situation?
(a) The college wants him to stay around.
(b) The college wants him to leave.
(c) Other men have done the same thing.
(d) He receives charity from the whites.
3. For whom does the Brotherhood claim to work?
(a) Black people
(b) Those of their own party
(c) White people
(d) all people
4. What is Trueblood's explanation of the rape of his daughter?
(a) His wife forced him into it.
(b) He confused his wife with his daughter because they were all in the same bed.
(c) His daughter dliberately seduced him.
(d) He acted in a dream and didn't know what he was doing.
5. What is the real purpose of the Reverend's speech?
(a) To help the students understand how important the college is to the black community.
(b) To create a sense of awe in relation to Dr. Bledsoe
(c) To help the students appreciate the Founder's real sacrifice
(d) To indoctrinate the students regarding the religion of the college.
Short Answer Questions
1. How does the narrator describe the students as they enter the chapel?
2. What does the narrator notice about the whites in the city?
3. Why does the narrator not tell the doctors his name after the procedure?
4. What is ironic about the narrator's dance with Emma?
5. In addition to his memories, what else has the narrator lost?
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