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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. The Union soldier says in Chapter 10, “After all, racial supremacy is merely a matter of” what?
(a) “Dates in history.”
(c) “Political power.”
(d) “Current events.”
2. What animal does the narrator look for on the iceberg in Chapter 9?
(a) An otter.
(b) A penguin.
(c) A polar bear.
(d) A marmot.
3. Where had the Union soldier invested capital, according to the narrator in Chapter 10?
(b) New York City.
4. The narrator states in Chapter 10, “It is the spirit of the South to defend everything belonging to it. The North is too” what “for such a spirit”?
(a) “Rich and enlightened.”
(b) “Civilized and educated.”
(c) “Proper and religious.”
(d) “Cosmopolitan and tolerant.”
5. The narrator describes the poker players as practicing what sort of politeness for each other in Chapter 6?
6. According to the narrator in Chapter 9, “The Londoner seems to think that Americans are people whose only claim to be classed as civilized is that they have” what?
7. The millionaire offers to take the narrator to Europe with him instead of taking whom in Chapter 9?
(b) Red Head.
(c) Joel Chandler Harris.
8. Where do the narrator and four of his companions go to seek a lodging-house after arriving in New York in Chapter 6?
(a) 6th Street and Ninth Avenue.
(b) 64th Street and Thirteenth Avenue.
(c) 37th Street and First Avenue.
(d) 27th Street and Sixth Avenue.
9. By what mode of transportation do the narrator and the millionaire arrive in Paris in Chapter 9?
10. The “white-mustached, well dressed man” that the narrator encounters on the train in Chapter 10 fought in what war?
(a) World War I.
(b) The War of 1812.
(c) The Revolutionary War.
(d) The Civil War.
11. According to the author in Chapter 10, “Southerners are very much like” who “in that they must talk”?
12. What word from Chapter 7 means a frequent visitor to a place?
13. Whose diplomacy does the narrator say is to be admired when the discussion of race comes up in the smoking train car in Chapter 10?
(a) The Jew's.
(b) The Texan's.
(c) Red Head's.
(d) The Union soldier’s.
14. What city does the narrator say “stands for the conservatism, the solidarity, the utilitarianism” in Chapter 9?
15. In describing New York, the narrator states, “To some natures this stimulant of life in a great city becomes a thing as binding and necessary as” being addicted to what substance?
Short Answer Questions
1. How much money does the narrator say he has in his possession after their night at the “Club” in Chapter 8?
2. Where is the “slender be-spectacled young man” from that the narrator encounters on the train in Chapter 10?
3. What is a term used by the narrator to refer to a person who is born from one white parent and one black parent?
4. The narrator claims that by his third morning in New York, he secured a job doing what in Chapter 8?
5. Where is the “tall, rawboned, red-faced man” from that the narrator encounters on the train in Chapter 10?
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