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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. What is the name of the boy in the author's class who helps her fit in with the good kids?
2. How long does Audre say her first encounter with her first playmate lasted?
(a) 1 month.
(b) 1 day.
(c) 10 minutes.
(d) 2 weeks.
3. What does Audre decide to do just after graduating high school?
(a) Move out of her parent's house.
(b) Start college.
(c) Find a new boyfriend.
(d) Get a job.
4. What is the name that expresses how Carriacou women love one another in the book?
5. What does Audre say she had to learn about herself after the national tragedy in Chapter 7?
(a) Her blood type.
(b) Her birthday.
(c) Her race.
(d) Her full name.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Audre help take care of for her father when she works with him as a young girl?
2. What does Audre say her sisters are to her while they are growing up?
3. What is the name of the lecherous man who Audre talks about who works at her school in Chapter 8?
4. What does Audre believe led to her becoming a writer?
5. What does Audre love to do in the kitchen with her mother?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Audre describe sharing a bed with her older sisters as a young girl?
2. How are the Carriacou women first described in the book?
3. What is the nature of the results of the aptitude test Audre takes in high school?
4. How is Audre's consciousness of what race means first described in the book?
5. How is Gennie's death described in the book?
6. How does Audre describe her first menstruation in the book?
7. How is Audre's relationship with Peter described in the book?
8. What does Audre do after being molested by a comic book storeowner?
9. What role does Audre's love for making up stories have in her becoming a writer?
10. What does Audre do when she plays with a little girl named Toni in the book?
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