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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapter 5.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. How does the narrator's grandfather regard his own meekness?
(a) He considers himself a coward.
(b) He considers himself a victim
(c) He is proud of his choices.
(d) He considers himself a traitor.
2. What group of society is represented by the white men at the Battle Royal?
(a) Middle upper class (supervisors, lawyers, bankers, etc)
(b) Leaders (governors, politicians)
(c) Educators (professors, scientists)
(d) Lower class (poor white men)
3. Why does the vet want the narrator to hear his story?
(a) So the narrator will take up the cause of the vets
(b) So the narrator will persuade Mr. Norton to give a donation
(c) So the narrator will return to the Golden Day
(d) So the narrator will not become another casualty
4. How does the narrator excuse his lack of responsibility?
(a) The downtrodden should not be expected to assume responsibility
(b) Because he is invisible, he doesn't know what responsibility to take
(c) Responsibility cannot happen without recognition
(d) No one has ever given him responsibility
5. How does the narrator get past the drunken vet in the road?
(a) He tells him he has General Pershing in the car.
(b) He pays the vet a bribe.
(c) He pretends he is about to run over the vet.
(d) He claims to be someone of importance.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is the narrator afraid of losing?
2. Why does Mr. Bledsoe compose his face into a bland mask?
3. Of what does the vet accuse Mr. Norton?
4. How does Mr. Norton explain the day's events?
5. According to Reverend Barbee, why does Dr. Bledsoe enjoy a position of apparent power?
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