Category: African-American Literature
A. Harriet Beecher Stowe
B. Richard Wright
C. Frederick Douglass
D. Phillis Wheatley
A. The narrator’s attempt to stay hidden.
B. The narrator’s desire to be safe.
C. The narrator’s invisibility to society.
D. The narrator’s attempt to stay out of prison.
A. The persona that the characters show the world.
B. The carved masks of African gods.
C. Characters from the Bible.
D. Who the narrator wishes to be.
A. It was home to the Harlem Renaissance.
B. Most of its inhabitants worked for White people.
C. It was primarily African American.
D. It was destroyed after the Civil War.
A. African mythology.
B. African American folktale.
C. Greek mythology.
D. Contemporary female artists.
A. Her relationship with a patron.
B. Her mother.
C. Her best friend.
D. Her job as a waitress.
In Nikki Giovanni’s “The American Vision of Lincoln,” the poet argues that the Capitol needs a statue of _____________next to the one of Abraham Lincoln?
A. W.E.B. DuBois
B. Amiri Baraka
C. Booker T. Washington
D. Frederick Douglass
A. Harriet Jacob’s Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl.
B. Harriet Wilson’s Our Nig.
C. William Wells Brown’s Clotel.
D. Toni Morrison’s Beloved.
A. The name of a restaurant the pool players cannot enter.
B. A metaphor for colossal lies they have been buried with.
C. A metaphor for the pool players who are trying to dig out of their neighborhood.
D. The name of a pool hall.