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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. How many lines do ghinnawas have?
2. What was a reason Rashid might have taken a second wife?
(a) His father insisted that he take another wife.
(b) His first wife kept giving birth to sickly children.
(c) His first wife asked him to take another wife to help her.
(d) His first wife was not able to have children.
3. In a love story in Chapter 8, where did a boy and girl in love with each other meet ?
(a) In the desert.
(b) At the tent of an uncle.
(c) At the tent of a cousin.
(d) At the tent of an old lady.
4. In a photograph on page 192, what did women use as a windbreak?
(a) A board.
(b) A hubcap.
(d) Old olive oil tin.
5. What German explorer published ghinnawas?
(a) J. C. Ewald Falls.
(b) D. E. Eberhardt Reinhold.
(c) David Reinhardt.
(d) Manfried Siegfried.
Short Answer Questions
1. What did Mabruka refuse to accept when Rashid married another wife?
2. What is revealed in Awlad 'Ali poetry?
3. What accompanied a message Mabruka sends when warning the recipient to beware?
4. In an archetypal love story, where did a boy go to get dates?
5. A word the Haj used to refer to a married woman he loved shared the same root word with which other word of the choices?
Short Essay Questions
1. How do reactions to a husband's second marriage vary?
2. What tape that Lila recorded did most people want to hear again and again?
3. In bereavement, how did the Awlad 'Ali express their sentiments?
4. Why did Mabruka refuse to attend the wedding when her husband married a second wife?
5. How does poetry cloak statements?
6. What was Mabruka's response when she was accused of sorcery?
7. How do the Awlad 'Ali present themselves through their poems?
8. Why are analogies drawn in poetry between the poet and young children?
9. What are the costs of arranged marriages?
10. After hearing so much about the value of hasham, why was Lila shocked to learn about one young woman in the camp?
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