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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 type of laws does Audre mention as being the reason she could find work in Stamford?
(a) Red bar laws.
(b) Post war laws.
(c) Black shop laws.
(d) Closed-shop laws.
2. What year are the Rosenbergs killed?
3. What kind of history does Eudora teach Audre about?
4. Whose ex-boyfriend is a man named Art?
5. What does Audre find that Muriel finds threatening about her after reading something she wrote?
(a) Her work ethic.
(b) Her intelligence.
(c) Her accomplishments.
(d) Her looks.
Short Answer Questions
1. What kind of treatments does Muriel blame for stealing a part of her?
2. At what age had Audre's friend Ginger been married?
3. What is the name of Audre's old college friend whom she mourns the Rosenbergs with?
4. What is the program that Muriel enlists in a hospital meant to help cure?
5. Whom does Audre spend too much time with that leads to her failing subjects in college?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Audre do after finding out her father had a stroke?
2. How does Audre describe her job at the New York Public Library?
3. How is Audre's relationship with Muriel first described in the book?
4. Why does Audre express frustration regarding white feminists in Chapter 23?
5. How is Audre's involvement in the Committee to Free the Rosenbergs described?
6. How are the "closed-shop" laws described in the book?
7. How does Audre's friend Lynn cause problems between her and Muriel when she moves in with them?
8. How is Audre's mental state described after she moves to Stamford?
9. How is the New York lesbian scene described in Chapter 29?
10. How does Audre describe her treatment in society as a black woman in comparison with her white lesbian friends?
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