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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. Until what year is Ned's school in operation?
2. How much money does Dye demand from Joe for leaving the plantation in “Another Home”?
3. How many children does Ned have when he visits Jane in “Professor Douglass”?
4. What happens to Ned's murderer in “The People”?
(a) He is hanged for murder and assassination.
(b) He is jailed for 3 years.
(c) He is jailed for 6 months.
(d) The judge drops the case against him.
5. How old is Miss Jane Pittman's caretaker described as in the Introduction?
(a) She is in her mid-40s.
(b) She is in her early 60s.
(c) She is in her late 30s.
(d) She is in her early 50s.
Short Answer Questions
1. What imposing woman leads the slaves on their journey in “Heading North”?
2. What is playtime dependent upon for Jane in “All Kinds of People”?
3. Where does the Union soldier invite Jane to visit him after the emancipation in "Soldiers"?
4. Who do Jane and Ned ask for when they encounter the Union soldiers in “All Kinds of People”?
5. For how long does the narrator describe his sessions lasting with Miss Jane in the Introduction?
Short Essay Questions
1. What advice and assistance do Jane and Ned receive in “An Old Man”?
2. How is the narrative of The Autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman structured?
3. What purpose does the Introduction serve to the plot and/or themes in The Autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman?
4. What does Madame Gautier remark regarding masculinity in "Man's Way"?
5. How would you describe the language syle in the novel?
6. How do Ned's and Joe's attempts at overcoming oppression differ?
7. What has arisen to cause Jane concern and worry in "A Dollar for Two"?
8. From what narrative point of view is The Autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman related?
9. What is notable about Jane and Ned's arrival at Bones Plantation in “Rednecks and Scalawags”?
10. What physical conflict involves Jane in "Heading North"? What brings about this conflict?
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