1. When was Suzan-Lori Parks born?
2. Where was Suzan-Lori Parks born?
(a) St. Louis, Missouri.
(b) Fort Knox, Kentucky.
(c) Nashville, Tennessee.
(d) Springfield, Illinois.
3. In what European country did Suzan-Lori Parks spend part of her childhood?
4. In her opening essays, what does Parks define as "the holding or having of something of one's own"?
5. What title of a play in the collection was derived from a phrase in a half-waking dream of the author's?
(b) "The America Play."
(c) "Devotees in the Garden of Love."
(d) "The Death of the Last Black Man in the Whole Entire World."
6. For what play did Parks receive the 2002 Pulitzer Prize for Drama?
(a) In The Blood.
(c) The Sinner's Place.
7. In "Elements of Style," Parks suggests that every playwright begin by asking why a story needs to be what?
(a) Told in detail.
(b) Put on display.
(c) Expressed in the form of a play.
(d) Shared with others.
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