Final Test - Hard
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This quiz consists of 5 short answer questions and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. How does Norwood feel he has treated his "darkies?"
2. What point does Norwood try to make, regarding his "colored folks?"
3. Of what does Cora inform this person?
4. What connection do they make?
5. What does Cora think Bert should do, regarding the Colonel?
This play is more than just a study of the racial tensions facing the south after the end of slavery.
Part 1) How is it more than this? Why is it more than this?
Part 2) How can others relate to this story? What is the author's purpose in writing this play?
Part 3) How is the south in the 1930s used as a backdrop for a deeper purpose? How is this play timeless?
The characters walk a fine line regarding the parentage of Cora's children.
Part 1) How do they each walk a fine line? Why do they walk a fine line?
Part 2) Do others in the community do the same as well? Why or why not?
Part 3) What is the purpose for this denial? How does this denial affect the plot of the story?
Bet kills Norwood?
Part 1) Why? How? How does Bert feel about his actions?
Part 2) What foreshadowed this event? Are you surprised by this event? Why or why not?
Part 3) How might audiences in the 1930s have reacted to this? How might audiences today react? Compare and contrast their reactions.
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