The Rose That Grew from Concrete Quiz | Four Week Quiz A

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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Section 2.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. To whom is "Wife 4 Life" dedicated?
(a) June.
(b) May.
(c) April.
(d) Sophie.

2. "Elizabeth" begins "I remember when U were LOST / and your soul was" what?
(a) "Unrelenting."
(b) "Lost."
(c) "In the wind."
(d) "Wandering."

3. What does the poet write he'll do "where my culture I'm told holds no significance" in the untitled poem from Section 1?
(a) "Say good riddance."
(b) "Fight through the ignorance."
(c) "Earn but a pittance."
(d) "Wither and die in ignorance."

4. What does the poet write attracted him first in "1st Impressions"?
(a) "Your mind."
(b) "Your eyes."
(c) "Your spirit."
(d) "Your voice."

5. What is the last line of the only untitled poem in Section 2?
(a) "Is this what must be?"
(b) "And kiss with my Heart's intentions."
(c) "2 wake up 2 U each morning."
(d) "That U were pure woman 2 me."

Short Answer Questions

1. In the final lines of "My Dearest One!!" Shakur writes, "I prayed and watched the distant stars / and finally" what?

2. According to the Preface, "There was never a day when Tupac did not appreciate" what?

3. In the only untitled poem of Section 1, Shakur writes, "Please wake me when I'm free / I cannot bear" what?

4. "What Is It That I Search 4" Shakur writes, "Just as no one knows / what lies beyond the _____ / I will never find the answer 2 / what it is that I search 4."

5. What is the last line of "Carmencita of the Bronx!"?

(see the answer key)

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