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Unformatted text preview: Your name-l1 fA(\ SSCA- jwm ;; 1. The novel is divided into an untitled prelude and four sections. The four sections are named after (5')the four seasons c.) the four "sacred numbers" '0.) the Four Winds in classical mythology d.) the four cardinal directions 10 " 2. The very first section of the novel, elements of which are used later as chapter headings, is a J!J a short quotation from the Book of Job <l2.J passage from a grade school reading primer, repeated and altered c.) a fairy tale about a princess with blue eyes d.) a poem re-imagining The Aneid set in Ohio 3. Claudia MacTeer, the novel's main narrator, is Pecola's c9friend b.) mother c.) sister d.) aunt 4. Claudia tclls us in the beginning ofthc novel that Pecola a.) is a free-spirited girl who taught all the women to stand up for themselves ([))was impregnated by her own father c.) had blue eyes d.) suffered under Jim Crowe laws 5. The date given in the prelude for the denouement of the novel's events is a.) 1873 c.) 1965 <S 1941 d.) 1984 6. The time of the novel's events ties the story to a.) Rcagan's racism and his war against America's black poor b.) the Vietnam war and the violence against the poor c.) the Reconstruction era and the legacy of slavery...
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- Spring '08
- Ode, The Prelude, Mrs. Venable, Sebastianism, Cousin Sebastian