The Invention of Wings Test | Final Test - Easy

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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. To what class of Charleston's society does the Grimke family belong?
(a) Planter class.
(b) Trade class.
(c) Merchant class.
(d) Political class.

2. What is the name of Israel Morris's sister that lives with him?
(a) Susanna.
(b) Catherine.
(c) Christine.
(d) Mary.

3. What does Israel Morris tell Sarah is evil during their first meeting in Part Three, October 1818 – November 1820?
(a) The laws of Christianity.
(b) The subjugation of women.
(c) The temptations of the city.
(d) Remaining silent in the face of evil.

4. Who does Handful sleep with before she commits the theft for the slave revolt in Part Four, September 1821 – July 1822?
(a) Goodis.
(b) Shanney.
(c) Thomas Grimke.
(d) Daniel Huger.

5. How long is it after Denmark Vesey leaves town that he is captured and arrested in Part Four, September 1821 – July 1822?
(a) 4 weeks later.
(b) 2 weeks later.
(c) 1 day later.
(d) 4 days later.

6. Where does the doctor prescribe for Mr. Grimke to stay for the summer in order to take in the sea air in Part Three, October 1818 – November 1820?
(a) Camden, New Jersey.
(b) Newark, New Jersey.
(c) New Brunswick, New Jersey.
(d) Long Branch, New Jersey.

7. Whose journal does Israel Morris give to Sarah to read in Part Three, October 1818 – November 1820?
(a) John Woolman's journal.
(b) John Quincy Adams's journal.
(c) Burke Williams's journal.
(d) Daniel Huger's journal.

8. What is the name of the man who has lost his list of slaves to assist in the revolt in Part Four, September 1821 – July 1822?
(a) Jackson.
(b) Sammy.
(c) Willis.
(d) Monday.

9. On what date does Mr. Grimke die?
(a) September 12, 1820.
(b) August 9, 1819.
(c) July 17, 1819.
(d) June 1, 1820.

10. How old is Israel's daughter Becky during Sarah's visit to Israel's estate in Part Four, September 1821 – July 1822?
(a) 8.
(b) 6.
(c) 3.
(d) 10.

11. What is Denmark Vesey's punishment after his capture in the end of Part Four, September 1821 – July 1822?
(a) He is imprisoned for 5 years.
(b) He is burned at the stake.
(c) He is hanged.
(d) He is sent to the Work Camp.

12. Denmark Vesey explains the numbers from Mauma's quilt by telling Handful they represent what in Part Three, October 1818 – November 1820?
(a) The numbers that were branded on him when he became a slave.
(b) The year Mauma would be freed.
(c) His winning lottery numbers.
(d) The year he wanted to marry Mauma.

13. Sarah and Nina are called in for a meeting with their mother and what reverend when Nina refuses to be confirmed into the family church in Part Three, October 1818 – November 1820?
(a) Reverend McDowell.
(b) Reverend Hall.
(c) Reverend Gadsden.
(d) Reverend Weld.

14. What doctor does Mr. Grimke travel to see in the north in Part Three, October 1818 – November 1820?
(a) Dr. Daniel Huger.
(b) Dr. Philip Physick.
(c) Dr. William McDowell.
(d) Dr. Geddings.

15. What word from the novel means disorder or confusion?
(a) Irascibility.
(b) Petulance.
(c) Disarray.
(d) Construction.

Short Answer Questions

1. What jewelry item does Becky give to Sarah to wear during her visit in Part Four, September 1821 – July 1822?

2. What term from the novel refers to the medical use of seawater as a form of therapy?

3. What does Handful end up obtaining from the City Arsenal in Part Four, September 1821 – July 1822?

4. What word from Part Four, September 1821 – July 1822 refers to a stone of great size, especially in ancient construction work?

5. What word from Part Four, September 1821 – July 1822 means gloomily or sullenly ill-humored, as a person or mood?

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