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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapter 17.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Why does Okonkwo worry about his son, Nwoye?
(a) He thinks his son is too aggressive, which might lead him into danger.
(b) He thinks his son will not become a musician like he wants him to.
(c) He thinks his son is too boastful, which may turn others against him.
(d) Okonkwo thinks his son is too much like his mother and weak like his grandfather.
2. What is Okonkwo's punishment for killing Ezeudu's son?
(a) All of Okonkwo's sons are to be executed.
(b) Beheading and disgrace.
(c) One of Okonkwo's sons is to be offered as sacrifice.
(d) He and his wives and children have to flee the land.
3. Okonkwo ate his wive's meals, and his wives and children are their supper. What is the next thing his wives and children do?
(a) Sing and told folk stories
(b) Review the events of the day
(c) Wash the children and get them ready for bed
(d) The wives wash their hair and their children's hair
4. What is Okonkwo's popular nickname?
(a) Living Legend
(b) Roaring Flame
(c) Flaming Heart
(d) Raging Wrestler
5. What type of clan members join the white man's religion?
(a) The elders of the clan and their families
(b) The warriors of the clan, hoping the religion would keep them safe
(c) Men with no titles, efulefu, worthless and empty men
(d) The women and children of the clan
Short Answer Questions
1. What is a man who holds the ozo title forbidden to do?
2. Okonkwo is very prosperous, owning a large compound with many huts, and an abundance of food. Ikemefuna is given to Okonkwo to live with him until the clan decides Ikemefuna's fate. How does Ikemefuna react to living with Okonkwo?
3. Why is Umuofia feared by all its neighbors?
4. What are the crops that are considered women's crops by the people of Umuofia?
5. What does the ekwe, a hollowed out wooden instrument and the blast of the cannon signify to the nine villages of Umuofia?
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