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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. What is the name of the two slaves given the task of overseeing the livery and horses for Douglass' master?
2. What is the name of the friend with whom Brent is reunited on the ship as she runs away?
3. In his discussion of his childhood, what does Douglass say is the name of the man who owns his mother?
(a) Mr. Winthrop.
(b) Mr. Gale.
(c) Mr. Cage.
(d) Mr. Stewart.
4. After Brent's deceiving letters home, Dr. Flint writes to the major of which city in search of her?
5. Upon arriving at the Auld household, Douglass learns that he is to care for their young child by what name?
Short Answer Questions
1. At the Bruce house, what is the name of the baby for whom Brent cares?
2. As Douglass' narrative begins, he says he was born in which of the following towns?
3. How old is Brent when Dr. Flint begins to pursue her?
4. What is the name of the ship on which Douglass is sent from Baltimore to St. Michael's?
5. According to Douglass, which of the following is NOT the name of one of his master's sons-in-law?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why, after purchasing her from Dr. Flint, does Mr. Sands agree to send Ellen to the North?
2. What is Douglass' life like under Mr. Covey?
3. According to Chapter 11, what is Douglass' opinion of the Underground Railroad?
4. What sort of reception does Douglass find in the household of Thomas Auld?
5. Why does Brent refuse Emily Dodge's request that she return home?
6. When Mrs. Auld begins to teach Douglass the alphabet, why is her husband upset?
7. Explain the ploy by which Brent is able to convince Dr. Flint that she has indeed run away to New York while she is really hiding in her grandmother's attic.
8. What is the fate of Douglass' grandmother in Chapter 8?
9. Why does Brent start to fear her master when she is 15 years old?
10. As Brent's narrative begins, when and how does Brent find out that she is a slave?
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