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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapter 22.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. The narrator wants to learn everything he can about the Brotherhood in order to
(a) Use it to achieve power for himself
(b) Use it to create equality for black people
(c) Use it as a means to get even with Bledsoe
(d) Use it to restore those who have been dispossessed
2. Why does the vet want the narrator to hear his story?
(a) So the narrator will return to the Golden Day
(b) So the narrator will take up the cause of the vets
(c) So the narrator will not become another casualty
(d) So the narrator will persuade Mr. Norton to give a donation
3. Whose words does the narrator contemplate as proof that he can have two identities and still be successful?
(a) The words of Dr. Bledsoe
(b) His grandfather's words
(c) The words of Frederick Douglass
(d) The words of Saul and Paul
4. How does the narrator react to the dolls that are being sold by Clifton?
(a) He laughs at the dolls
(b) He purchases a doll
(c) He spits on one of the dolls
(d) He calls the police
5. What does the narrator credit for his "call to action"?
(a) the girl in his dream
(b) his vision
Short Answer Questions
1. What does the narrator discover when he gets to the woman's apartment?
2. What is ironic about Trueblood's situation?
3. Why does the narrator go to the white woman's apartment in Chapter 19?
4. Where does Brother Jack send the narrator at the end of the meeting?
5. What does the narrator discuss with the woman in his dream?
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