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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. How are the people of San Francisco described in "Wish We Had a Camera"?
2. Whom does Cecile say Delphine sounds like when she says "Yes ma'am" in "Eating Crow"?
(a) Big Ma.
(d) Sister Mukumbu.
3. Whom do Delphine and her sisters encounter on their way to San Francisco in "San Francisco Treat"?
(a) Mrs. Ming.
(d) Crazy Kelvin.
4. What word from the novel means to make white or pale?
5. What does Cecile teach Delphine to work in "Movable Type"?
(a) The printing press.
(b) The electric organ.
(c) The microwave.
(d) The oven.
Short Answer Questions
1. By what term does Cecile refer to Big Ma in "Eating Crow"?
2. Where do Delphine and her sister go to catch a streetcar in "Wish We Had a Camera"?
3. What is the shopping center and tourist attraction at Fisherman's Wharf called?
4. How is Hirohoto's mother described in "I Birthed a Nation"?
5. What does Delphine decide she and her sisters will do in the end of "The Clark Sisters"?
Short Essay Questions
1. What happens when Delphine and her sisters return home in "Wish We Had a Camera"? What are the implications of this scenario?
2. What does the title of "Movable Type" refer to in the narrative?
3. What happens at the People's Center in "Counting and Skimming"?
4. What is foreshadowed by the encounter with Hirohito in "San Francisco Treat"?
5. How do the civil rights events on the East Coast and the West Coast differ in the narrative?
6. What do Delphine and her peers learn about Bobby Hutton in "Rally for Bobby"?
7. How would you relate the Black Panthers, flower children, and feminists in the novel?
8. How has Delphine's behavior changed in "Wish We Had a Camera"? What has led to the change?
9. What are Big Ma's feelings in regard to the Black Panther Party and its members?
10. How does irony apply to the situation where Delphine makes dinner in "Big Red S"?
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