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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. Who is the author of "Go Down Death"?
(a) James Weldon Johnson.
2. Who is the author of "The Negro-Art Hokum"?
(a) George Shultz.
(c) Geroge Smith.
(d) George S. Schuyler.
3. What does the author of "The Negro Digs up His Past" attribute his ideology to?
(a) Reclaimed background of the race as a whole.
(b) Self knowledge.
(c) Self motivation.
(d) His desire to be famous.
4. What does Cullen seem to wonder in her poem "She of the Dancing Feet Sings"?
(a) If she can sing and dance simultaneously.
(b) If she can sing.
(c) If she can dance.
(d) What her role will be in Heaven.
5. What is the title of the poem that expresses McKay's love and hatred for America?
(a) "The Duality of Life".
(b) "Mixed Emotions".
(d) "The Dual Relationship in America".
Short Answer Questions
1. What is the name of the host and novelist in Thurman's story?
2. What question does Brown end his poem "Remembering Nat Turner" with?
3. Who is the author of "Our Greatest Gift to America"?
4. Who is the author of "Song of the Son"?
5. How many pieces of art does the last section in "Afro-American Past - History and Folk Tradition" have?
Short Essay Questions
1. Discuss what Georgia Douglas Johnson's poem, "Old Black Men" addresses.
2. Discuss what "Fifty Years" by James Weldon Johnson addresses and is significant to.
3. Discuss Schuyler's opinion of democracy.
4. Discuss what Hughes's poem "Mother to Son" addresses.
5. Discuss what Hurston examines in "Spirituals and Neo-Spirituals".
6. Discuss what Locke addresses in "Art or Propaganda".
7. Discuss what Hughes addresses in his essay, "The Negro Artist and the Racial Mountain".
8. Discuss what happens in Wallace Thurman's "Infants of Spring".
9. Discuss what Blake's interview with Nathan Irvin Huggins is concerned with.
10. Discuss Fenton Johnson story "The Banjo Player".
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