Prologue and Chapter One
1. For what does Gunnar say he has been conscripted?
(a) As a stand-up comedian.
(b) As the epitome of a good African American.
(c) As the voice of all African Americans.
(d) As the representative of his school at national debate trials.
2. What does Gunnar say The White Boy Shuffle is?
(a) His ideas on white American culture.
(b) His stand-up comedy routines.
(c) His memoir.
(d) His ideas on African American culture.
3. What is the status of Gunnar's parents' relationship?
(a) They are married.
(b) They are separated.
(d) His parents never married.
4. How many siblings does Gunnar have?
5. What kind of stories does Gunnar's mother tell him?
(a) Fables with a moral.
(b) Family history.
(c) Stories of Africa.
(d) Humorous stories.
6. What was Euripides Kaufman's position in life?
(a) The servant in a New York mansion.
(b) He owned a farm in Pennsylvania.
(c) He was a Baptist minister.
(d) A slave in Boston.
7. Where does Gunnar's father work?
(a) In a health food restaurant.
(b) He is a lawyer.
(c) The Los Angeles Police Department.
(d) The school board.
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