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A Raisin in the Sun is about the Youngers, an extended family living in a run downtwo-bedroom apartment...
a) on the east side of Detroit. b) down south in Georgia. c) on the south side of Chicago. d) on the south side of L.A.
A Raisin in the Sun is about the Youngers, the family includes:
a) Walter, his son Bennie, his wife Lena, his mom Ruth, and his sister b) Walter and Ruth Younger, their son Travis, Walter’s mother Lena, and his sister Beneata c) Walter, Willy, Travis, Bennie, Ruth, and Lena d) Walter, George, Bennie, Lena, and Travis
Walter makes his living as a...
a) factory worker b) businessman c) liquor store owner d) limousine driver
The amount of the insurance money coming is...
a) $1000 b) $100000 c) $10000 d) $1000000
What literary device is reflected by the following passage: You still think you can patch up the world. Cure the Great Sore of Colonialism—with the Penicillin of Independence?
a) metaphor b) allusion c) pun d) Both a and b
The use of identical or equivalent syntactic constructions in corresponding clauses or phrases for rhetorical effect (e.g., I went to the store, to the bank, and to the house.) is...
a) Personification b) Parallelism c) Diction d) Imagery
An abrupt, forceful utterance is...
a) Figurative b) Metaphor c) Literal d) Exclamation
Think about the role of money in the play. How does it affect Lena?
a) Legacy of charitable giving at church b) Legacy of homeownership for Travis c) Legacy of dreams deferred d) Legacy of mere aphorisms
The character in the play who personalified the idea of assimilationism...
a) George Murchison b) Willy Harris c) Mr. Lindner d) Mrs. Johnson
A reference to something literary, mythological, or historical that the author assumes the reader will recognize.
a) Aphorism b) Alliteration c) Analogy d) Allusion
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