1. At the beginning of Chapter 1, how does Equiano say God has treated him?
(a) Equiano says God had nothing to do with the way his life has gone.
(b) Very cruelly, because he allowed him to be made a slave.
(c) Very well, with great favor.
(d) Very badly, making him suffer for no good reason.
2. What does "Embrenche" mean?
(a) A respected leader of the community.
(b) An outcast.
(c) A good dancer.
(d) A slave.
3. What sign is used to mark an Embrenche?
(a) A headdress of feathers.
(b) A silver badge.
(c) A red armband.
(d) A scar on the forehead.
4. How does Equiano say the Eboe punish adultery?
(a) Adultery is not punished by the Eboe at all.
(b) A woman found to have committed adultery could be punished with death or slavery.
(c) Adultery is punished by making people wear a scarlet letter "A" on their clothing.
(d) Only men are punished for adultery, usually with death.
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