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UGS 303 The American Experience/Autobiographies Review Test #1 Preview Review Test #1 Types of Questions: 1. Questions of fact answerable in a word, phrase, or a sentence; e.g., identifying a text and its author from a quotation, defining a term such as “memoir,“ or dealing with the subjects in the open- book exercises (reviewed below). 2. Questions requiring a paragraph to answer; e.g., the subjects of group exercises (reviewed below). 3. Essay questions calling for multiple-paragraph answers; e.g., the subjects of group exercises (reviewed below). Students answer three or four questions from among a list of five or six questions. Review Test #1 Questions Can Treat These Course Texts: Follow links for summaries of the readings (These were provided by Jon Mercado so thank him if you know him) 1. W.R. Thayer, from Theodore Roosevelt: A. ..Biography: Preface, Chapters I, IV, V, VII, XXIV, and XXV, American Autobiography Course Packet. 2. Augustine of Hippo, from The Confessions: “Book I,” “Book II,” and “Book VI,” Course Packet. 3. Margery Kempe, from The Book of Margery Kempe: “The Birth of Her First Child and Her First Vision,“ “Margery and Her Husband Reach a Settlement,“ and “Pilgrimage to Jerusalem,” Course Packet. 4. Michel de Montaigne, “Of Friendship,” Course Packet. 5. Mary Rowlandson, A True History of the Captivity and Restoration of Mrs. Mary Rowlandson, Classic American Autobiographies, pp. 26-69. 6. Jean Jacques Rousseau, from The Confessions, from “Book I” (to: “Thus I passed the age of puberty. ..), Course Packet. 7. Benjamin Franklin, Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin, Classic American Autobiographies, pp. 71-134 and 141-190 (up to: “In 1754 war with France being again apprehended. ..”).
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8. Frederick Douglass, Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, an American Slave, Classics, pp. 230-327. 9. Walt Whitman, Song of Myself 10. Gertrude Bonnin, Indian Childhood, Classics, pp. 413-462. 11. Henry Adams, The Education of Henry Adams, “Preface” and Chapter 1, Course Packet. 12. Edward , The Americanization of Edward Bok, “An Explanation” and Chapters 1-3, Course Packet. 13. William L. Andrews, “Introduction,” Classic American Autobiographies, pp. 7-18. We need some help finishing up the tables. Please contribute what you can Tables from Discussion Review Test #1 Questions Can Treat These Questions, Subjects, and Issues: Open-book questions on course texts as follows. Answers were presented in class discussion. Exercise #2.1. To what earlier American president does biographer Thayer repeatedly compare Theodore Roosevelt? Thayer would compare Theodore Roosevelt to Abraham Lincoln Exercise #2.2. After Roosevelt’s return from the West and defeat in the New York City’s mayoral race, in what activity did he primarily engage? After Roosevelt return from the West, Roosevelt spent
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