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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Tolentino states that Zuckerberg controls what kinds of definitions for Facebook users?
2. What kind of debt does Tolentino characterize as a "generation-defining scam" (188)?
(d) Credit card.
3. What kind of debt overtook second place within the last decade, surpassing car debt?
(a) Credit card.
(c) Credit card.
4. Which religion did Tolentino's family follow during her childhood?
5. In what level of school was Tolentino when her friend insisted that she had to be a certain color of Power Ranger?
Short Answer Questions
1. Videos of what sorry excuse for food went viral in connection with the Fyre Festival?
2. The colleges to which Tolentino applied were mostly in New England and in which state?
3. In Tolentino's discussions of Facebook, she asserts that Mark Zuckerberg "controls a" (169) what?
4. What was the first name of the woman who accused members of the fraternity Phi Kappa Psi of rape?
5. For which publication was Tolentino writing when "A Rape on Campus" was published by Erdely?
Short Essay Questions
1. What distinction does Tolentino make between the depiction of trauma in children's literature and the depiction of trauma in adult literature?
2. Explain how Tolentino contrasts her journalism skills in 2011 with her journalism skills in 2020.
3. Describe an instance in one of the essays when Tolentino utilizes sensory details with a particular purpose in mind.
4. How and why does Tolentino bring in the work of Simone de Beauvoir in the essay entitled "Pure Heroines"?
5. Which of the seven scams discussed in the essay "The Story of a Generation of Seven Scams" does Tolentino consider the most egregious example and why?
6. For what reason does Tolentino characterize student debt in America as a "generation-defining scam" (167)?
7. On which generation does the essay "The Story of a Generation of Seven Scams" focus?
8. Who is Billy McFarland?
9. In what way did an incident with her friend Allison change the way Tolentino viewed herself?
10. Describe an instance in "We Come from Old Virginia" when Tolentino depicts her younger self as a product of a patriarchal society.
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