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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. To whom does Moraga compare her friend's friend, Yves, in "For Amber?"
(a) Her driving instructor.
(b) Her mentor.
(c) Her coach.
(d) Her grandmother.
2. How does Moraga visualize men in "Anatomy Lesson?"
(a) As dogs.
(b) As soldiers.
(c) As priests.
(d) As policemen.
3. Moraga belongs to both the feminist and _____________ movements.
4. According to Moraga, ______________ means more than one's own well-being or peace.
(b) The future.
(c) The truth.
5. With whom does Moraga identify in "No Born-Again Children?"
(a) Her lover's brother.
(b) A movie star.
(c) A cartoon character.
(d) Her best friend from high school.
6. Who is Cecilia's lover?
(d) Anne Marie.
7. In "Salvation, Jesus, and Suffer" where is Moraga working?
(a) A restaurant.
(b) A factory.
(c) A flower shop.
(d) A pizzeria.
8. Which of the following does the narrator do in "November Again?"
(a) All of these.
(b) Picks up a stone.
(c) Licks the stone.
(d) Passes the naked woman.
9. Who is the author of these stories?
(a) Cherry Moraga.
(b) Cheryl Morton.
(c) Cheri Morgan.
(d) Cherrie Moraga.
10. In what way does Moraga say she can be racist?
(a) In the books she reads.
(b) In her choice of friends.
(c) In her clothes.
(d) In her language.
11. Where does Moraga see the oppressor?
(a) In social services.
(b) In church.
(d) In politics.
12. What imagery does Moraga use in "Heading East" to compare how male-dominated society tries to marginalize women?
(a) A retail store.
(b) A factory line.
(c) A car with a hole in one of its pipes.
(d) A pressure cooker.
13. What did Moraga know about herself from a very young age?
(a) She is adopted.
(b) She is a dancer.
(c) She is a poet.
(d) She is a lesbian.
14. What images does Moraga talk about in "Winter of Oppression, 1982?"
(a) The bombing of Hiroshima.
(b) The September 11 attacks.
(c) The My Lai Massacre.
(d) The Holocaust.
15. To what does Moraga compare her relationship with a male soldier in "The War Bride?"
(a) Her relationship with her new female lover.
(b) Going to the dentist.
(c) Falling down steps.
(d) Failing a class.
Short Answer Questions
1. In "An Open Invitation to a Meal" the narrator is tired of being treated as a _____________.
2. In "Fear, a Love Poem" what does the narrator say has been hard for her?
3. What did Moraga always notice when her parents danced?
4. In "La Guera" what does Moraga say made her life easier for her?
5. To which of the following oppressed groups does Moraga refer in "Hearts?"
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