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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 Audre afraid is wrong with her after she finds help with her pregnancy?
(a) That she will lose the baby.
(b) That she will die.
(c) That she is hemorrhaging.
(d) That she will lose her boyfriend.
2. Whom does the author become embarrassed of because she is so different?
(a) Her brother.
(b) Her mother.
(c) Her father.
(d) Her sister.
3. What is the name of the island filled with women that the author focuses on in Chapter 1?
4. What does the man who rapes Audre on a rooftop take from her?
(a) Her purse.
(b) Her clothes.
(c) Her glasses.
(d) Her necklace.
5. What kitchen tool to use of her mother's does Audre love?
(a) The knife.
(b) The mortar.
(c) A wooden spoon.
(d) The whisk.
Short Answer Questions
1. What kind of religion is the protagonist brought up in?
2. How many sisters does Audre have?
3. What job does an aptitude test suggest Audre have when she takes it in high school?
4. What profession are Audre's friends Jean and Gennie in the book?
5. What kind of positions does the author begin taking in life starting in Chapter 2?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Audre do when she plays with a little girl named Toni in the book?
2. What does Audre do after being molested by a comic book storeowner?
3. How does Audre describe sharing a bed with her older sisters as a young girl?
4. How does Audre describe her time spent working with her father in Chapter 9?
5. How are "The Branded" first described in the book?
6. How does Audre learn to read before going to school?
7. What does Audre's mother believe is happening to Gennie to cause her to commit suicide?
8. How is the beginning of Audre's desire for female companionship described in the book?
9. How are the Carriacou women first described in the book?
10. How does Audre describe her first menstruation in the book?
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