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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 Audre first go once moving to Stamford?
(a) The Black Community Center.
(b) A factory.
(c) A housing community.
(d) A local bar.
2. What country are the Rosenbergs accused of spying for?
(a) The Soviet Union.
3. Where does Audre move to after leaving Mexico?
(b) New York.
4. Which of the following descriptions is not given of Audre's work performance in Chapter 19?
(a) Saves money.
(b) Performs poorly.
(c) Outstrips other employees.
(d) Earns many bonuses.
5. Where does Audre take classes while in Mexico?
(a) Ciudad Universitaria.
(b) The College of Arts.
(c) Mexico University.
(d) College Cuernavaca.
Short Answer Questions
1. How does Audre feel after hearing Muriel and her old friend making love one night?
2. What job does Audre get after returning to Stamford from visiting her father?
3. Which of the following qualities does Audre not say she struggles to have accepted by American society?
4. What college was Eudora the first woman to attend?
5. Whom does Audre spend too much time with that leads to her failing subjects in college?
Short Essay Questions
1. How is the city of Cuernavaca described in the book when Audre moves there?
2. How is Audre's mental state described after she moves to Stamford?
3. How is Audre's near-rape described in Chapter 23?
4. How is Audre's relationship with Muriel first described in the book?
5. How is Audre's peak in her lesbianism described after she drops out of college?
6. How is Audre's relationship with Bea described in the book?
7. How is Audre's relationship with Eudora first described in the book?
8. How is Audre's work as an X-ray technician described in the book?
9. Why does Audre express frustration regarding white feminists in Chapter 23?
10. How does Audre describe her job at the New York Public Library?
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