A Woman Alone: Autobiographical Writings Quiz

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Questions 1-5 of 25:

1.

What nationality of people were imported to South Africa in 1904 to solve the labour crisis? (from Chapter 3, Retrospect, Southern Africa and Beyond, 1979-1986)

2.

Bessie states that the world of the intellect is what? (from Chapter 3, Retrospect, Southern Africa and Beyond, 1979-1986)

3.

Bessie views the author, Pasternak, as the liberator of what? (from Chapter 2, In Exile, Botswana, 1964-1979, Essays)

4.

In Chapter 2, what does Bessie say is the root of traditional African life? (from Chapter 2, In Exile, Botswana, 1964-1979, Essays)

5.

In "A Question of Power," Bessie states that what can lead a people or a nation into a terrible abyss of destruction? (from Chapter 2, In Exile, Botswana, 1964-1979, Notes on Novels)

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