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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. McCall gives the keynote address at his ___ year high school reunion.
2. In Chapter 43, this woman claims to have birthed a child father by McCall.
3. In Part II of the book, McCall reflects on why many return to jail withing first ___ years of release.
4. As part of the divorce in Chapter 41, how much is the monthly child support?
5. The couple McCall befriends in Chapter 37 will soon be going to what country?
Short Answer Questions
1. To whom is McCall married and they agree to remain so despite problems, according to McCall in Chapter 38?
2. In Chapter 40, McCall talks about the impact of what on young black men?
3. When having lunch with a white person, McCall notes that he never orders what?
4. McCall realizes that he disagrees with the practice of women holding inferior positions in the home so he eventually does what, as noted in Chapter 26?
5. Chapter 25 opens with McCall entering what?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does McCall's relationship with his son, Monroe, compare to McCall's relationship with his biological father as described in Chapter 30?
2. What happens when McCall deals with the question of whether to abort his own child and an assignment in Chapter 31?
3. What happens with the divorce from Debbie in Chapter 41?
4. Why does McCall see his grandchild as a another cycle of life?
5. Why does McCall enjoy the small things in Chapter 24?
6. In Part III, what relationship does McCall have with his editor?
7. How does the fellowship program in Missouri help McCall deal with his racial sensitivity?
8. How does Debbie's mom respond to the African name chosen for their first son and why does McCall insist on the African name?
9. Why do Debbie and McCall work on staying married?
10. How does Danny's driving curiosity about race affect his relationship with McCall?
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