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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapter 10.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Broadly speaking, what are Eliza's religious beliefs?
(a) Eliza is a Muslim.
(b) Eliza subscribes to an ancient African religion passed on to her by her family.
(c) Eliza is Christian.
(d) Eliza is an atheist.
2. What is Aunt Chloe's mood on this morning after Eliza's escape?
(a) Worried about the safety of Eliza and Harry.
(b) Sad because she thinks she will never see Tom again.
(c) Sad because she misses Eliza and Harry.
(d) Happy that Eliza and Harry have escaped.
3. What does Mr. Haley say to Mr. Shelby that is insulting?
(a) Mr. Haley says that Shelby spoiled his slaves and now he will expect Shelby to give him cash.
(b) Haley accuses Shelby of being a poor manager.
(c) Haley accuses Shelby of caring too much about his wife thinks.
(d) Haley accuses Mr. Shelby of not being fair and possibly helping the slaves get away.
4. What does Mr. Shelby offer Haley to content him when their business deal gets delayed?
(b) A chess game.
(c) A card game.
(d) A game of croquet.
5. When does the reader see evidence of the slaves belief in Christianity in Chapter 4?
(a) We see their faith in Christianity when they say the rosary together.
(b) We see evidence of the slaves belief in Christianity when they have a prayer meeting in the cabin.
(c) We see evidence when they take turns reading the Bible aloud.
(d) We see evidence of the slaves belief in Christianity when Aunt Chloe gets on her knees and prays.
Short Answer Questions
1. Why does Eliza fear for George to travel so far?
2. Who gives Uncle Tom a dollar to wear on his neck?
3. When Eliza is describe as a "petted and indulged favorite," what does this mean?
4. How does Mrs. Shelby view the news of "her" slaves being sold?
5. When George meets with Eliza, why does he tell her that he travels so far from the plantation on which he works?
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