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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 drug does Judas introduce to Bernarda?
(c) Cacao tablets.
2. What have the drugs done to Bernarda Cabrera?
(a) She has lost most of her body fat and looks sickly.
(b) She is sick and bloated.
(c) She has rabies.
(d) She has cancer.
3. How does Bernarda know Ygnacio before they got married?
(a) Ygnacio was her client.
(b) Her father was the overseer to Ygnacio's family.
(c) She made dresses for his first wife.
(d) She held his business accounts.
4. What does the doctor advise Don Ygnacio to do with his daughter?
(a) Leave her alone.
(b) Send her away from New Grenada.
(c) He needs to be nice and treat her well.
(d) He needs to take her to the Bishop for help.
5. What are Bernarda Cabrera's two drugs of choice?
(a) Fermented honey and raw cacao.
(b) Opiates and fermented barley.
(c) Cocaine and rum.
(d) Fermented grapes and marijuana.
Short Answer Questions
1. What was the occupation of the Marquis's father?
2. What is strange about Dulce Olivia?
3. What bites Sierva in the marketplace?
4. How much is the beautiful slave bought for?
5. How did the twelve-year-old girl from the legend die?
Short Essay Questions
1. Describe Bernarda's relationship with Judas.
2. Describe the character of the Bishop.
3. How does Sierva's relationship with her father improve in Chapter 2?
4. Why must the convent not cut Sierva's hair?
5. Why does Sierva have a strong affinity for the African culture?
6. What is the connection between the skull found in the crypts of the convent and the author's memories of a legend?
7. Why does Sierva lie to Dr. Abrenuncio?
8. How does the friendship between Ygnacio and Dr. Abrenuncio begin?
9. How does Bernarda spend her time on the sugar plantation and in what condition does she return?
10. Why does Olivia escape from the madhouse and what is the result?
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