1. How does eighteen-year-old, Okonkwo, bring honor to his village?
(a) He throws the great wrestler, Amalinze the Cat.
(b) He plays his flute in the village after the harvest.
(c) He has a barn full of yams.
(d) He has no patience with unsuccessful men.
2. When Okonkwo is angry and cannot speak because of his stutter, how does he get his point across?
(a) Uses his fists against the person who angers him.
(b) Uses hand motions to relay his message.
(c) Takes a deep breath and gets control of himself.
(d) Walks away, returning when he is calmer.
3. Who is Okonkwo's father?
4. Why doesn't Okonkwo have any patience with his father?
(a) Unkona spoils his wife and children, providing them with too much food and money.
(b) Unkona is overly ambitious and driven to earn the highest titles in the land.
(c) Unoka is lazy, a debtor, and a failure.
(d) Unkona is a great warrior who is always away at war.
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