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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. What was an inherent quality of the Civil Rights movement?
(a) Anger.
(b) Partnership.
(c) Spirituality.
(d) Justice.

2. Americans need to be reminded that their history did not begin in what year?
(a) 2001.
(b) 1803.
(c) 1492.
(d) 1692.

3. Assuming that works of art that are not built upon Western foundations and structures have no value is intrinsically ethnocentric and ______________.
(a) Racist.
(b) Wrong.
(c) Negative.
(d) Accurate.

4. In Chicano culture, a lesbian is considered to be __________________.
(a) An unbalanced person.
(b) An outlaw.
(c) A misguided person.
(d) A mistake of nature.

5. In "Looking for the Insatiable Woman" who is La Mujer Llorena?
(a) The creative woman.
(b) The magical woman.
(c) The important woman.
(d) The crying woman.

Short Answer Questions

1. About what school of thought is Moraga critical in this essay?

2. In "Entre Nos," Moraga states that she is connected spiritually with whom?

3. In "Canto Florido" to what does Moraga liken words that are thought but never spoken?

4. Why does Moraga think she was assuming the role of chingon?

5. According to Moraga, who does intellectualism serve?

Short Essay Questions

1. Why does Moraga use the feminist movement to point out how society has inherent prejudices?

2. Why does Moraga say that minority culture art is almost destined to fail in America?

3. What is the distinction made between two partners in any sexual act as defined by Octavio Paz in "A Long Line of Vendidas"?

4. What does Moraga feel is the source of the problems with primary education?

5. What example of writer Gloria Anzaldua's work does Moraga use to point out that academia gets lost in obsessions with complex theory?

6. According to Moraga, what can repression lead to in almost every Chicana's life?

7. Explain one of the myths of lesbian sexuality regarding penetration and how Moraga's own experiences go against it.

8. Why are sexually liberated women, and to a greater degree, lesbians, denigrated in Chicano society?

9. Why does Moraga believe it is vital for artists to continue to create art that reflects their own cultural identities?

10. What are Moraga's thoughts regarding post-modernism's use of jargon leading to a marginalization of topics?

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