Playing in the Dark: Whiteness and the Literary Imagination Multiple Choice Test Questions

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Preface

1. Who wrote The Words to Say It?
(a) Mason Conte.
(b) Marilee Coxwell.
(c) Maxine Christenson.
(d) Marie Cardinal.

2. When did Morrison read The Words to Say It?
(a) 1978.
(b) 1988.
(c) 1983.
(d) 1990.

3. What persuaded Morrison to read The Words to Say It?
(a) The title.
(b) A synopsis.
(c) The cover.
(d) The author.

4. What does The Words to Say It document about the author?
(a) The author's relationship.
(b) The author's feelings about Africanist literature.
(c) The author's therapy and healing.
(d) The author's literary criticism of literature.

5. What is Morrison skeptical about?
(a) The author of The Words to Say It was actually healed.
(b) The Words to Say It is an autobiography.
(c) The author of The Words to Say It is a real person.
(d) The Words to Say It is a work of fiction.

6. What put the author of The Words to Say It into a gripped panic?
(a) Reading a book by Morrison.
(b) Reading Hemingway.
(c) Studying Africanist literature.
(d) Louis Armstrong concert.

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