1. To whom is the letter addressed in the first section?
(a) The author's nephew.
(b) The the author's grandchildren.
(c) The author's father.
(d) To all black men.
2. Of what nationality is the book's author?
(a) African American.
(b) Native American.
(c) Japanese American.
(d) Italian American.
3. What other religion does the author draw a parallel with Christianity?
4. Whom does the author describe as his addiction during the novel?
(b) Jesus Christ.
5. There is a visible parallel between Elijah Muhammad and _______.
(a) Jesus Christ.
(c) Balwin's nephew.
(d) Baldwin's father.
6. __________ is believed to lead Americans to a better, more accepting society.
7. The author tells his nephew that white Americans keep him from discovering __________.
(b) His background.
(d) His individual self.
8. Both pimps on the street and nuns of a Christian congregation ask this question.
(a) Whose boy are you?
(b) What do you give?
(c) How can I help you?
(d) What is important to you?
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