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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. Where does Harriet meet Beverly before he leaves?
(a) In his room.
(b) At Mammy's cabin.
(c) In the kitchen.
(d) In the orchard.
2. In That Same Day, what does Harriet promise her fiance she will do?
(a) Love him forever.
(b) Stay at the plantation until he comes for her.
(c) Never speak of him to others.
(d) Answer his letters.
3. What is Sally sitting on in the cellar when Harriet finds her in May 15, 1822?
(a) A rocking chair.
(b) The floor.
(c) A wine barrel.
(d) The steps.
4. In May 15, 1822, what does Harriet say scares her about Beverly?
(a) He is undereducated.
(b) He refuses to pass as white.
(c) He is too much like James.
(d) He is too trusting.
5. Who will travel with Harriet to the inn?
(b) Mr. Petit.
Short Answer Questions
1. What surprises Harriet's fiance about the way she addresses Jefferson?
2. What does Jefferson give Harriet as a gift before she leaves?
3. In October 1820, what does Harriet say kept her too busy to write in her journal?
4. What does Mammy Ursula warn Harriet to be careful of before she leaves?
5. Who will meet Harriet at the inn and take her to Washington City?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why is Jefferson a little offended when he learns of Harriet's engagement to Thad?
2. What reason does Harriet give Martha for her decision to pass as white?
3. Why is it clear that Peter Carr is not Harriet's or Beverly's father?
4. Why is it so important to Harriet that Mammy Ursula and Thruston approve of her decision to leave the plantation and pass as white?
5. What does Mammy Ursula say to Harriet that eases her feelings about Sally's apparent lack of concern at her leaving?
6. Why is Harriet's fiance worried that by becoming engaged to him she will be trading one master for another?
7. What about Jefferson's fulfilling of his promise to Sally to free her children makes Sally sad?
8. In The Middle of August 1822, what reason does Sally finally tell her children is the reason she left France and returned to Monticello?
9. How does Harriet explain to Beverly her belief that she is not turning her back on her family and race by passing for white?
10. What is Jefferson's personal conflict regarding his attitude toward Sally and her children?
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