**INSIGHT** English Unit 18 Help Please!!!?

1.

In Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl, after she escapes, Linda does not enter her grandmother’s house because

A) she and her grandmother do not get along.

B) she knows that her grandmother will turn her in to Mr. Flint.

C) her grandmother is old and very ill, so she cannot help Linda.

D) she does not want to upset her grandmother and bring her harm.

2.

As she leaves her children, in Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl, Linda

A) kisses them and prays for them.

B) gives all her savings for their support.

C) clips a lock of each child’s hair as a keepsake.

D) writes them a note so that they will never forget her.

3.

The extended metaphor in Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass represents

A) freedom and the abolition movement.

B) youth and beauty.

C) rebirth and resurrection.

D) Douglass’s decreasing willpower.

4.

At the end of Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, Douglass

A) is still enslaved.

B) vows that he will be revenged.

C) regularly suffers abuse from white men.

D) regains his sense of freedom and dignity.

5.

The internal conflict that Jacobs finds most difficult to resolve in Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl is her

A) argument with Sally.

B) struggle with Mr. Flint.

C) decision to involve her friends and family in her escape.

D) attempts to avoid being recaptured.

6.

As explained in Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl, Linda hides at her friend’s house for about

A) a week.

B) a month.

C) a year.

D) five years.

7.

After the Civil War, realistic writers sought to

A) use romance to entertain readers and reveal truth.

B) accurately portray real life without filtering it through Romanticism.

C) heal the wounds of the war.

D) soften the harsh edges of reality.

8.

Which of the following sets of images does Douglass use in the metaphor that concludes Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass?

A) Embers, a whip, and the arm of slavery

B) A whip, a tomb, and a rope

C) A tomb, a bloody arm, and an irritated wound

D) Embers, a tomb, and heaven

9.

In Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, Douglass thinks the root may bring him good luck because Covey

A) could not find him in the cornfield.

B) ignored Douglass when he returned to the plantation.

C) sets Douglass free.

D) treats him kindly upon his return.

10.

Having seen the horrors of the Civil War firsthand as a Union camp hospital volunteer, Walt Whitman

A) kept his optimistic attitude about the American character.

B) became a bitter old man.

C) was crushed by the death of his brother.

D) decided to enlist in the army himself.

11.

The naturalistic novel has all the following characteristics EXCEPT

A) ordinary, everyday people as characters.

B) a belief than human behavior was determined by biology and environment.

C) the view that life was a grim, losing battle.

D) larger-than-life, idealistic heroes.

12.

Naturalistic writers often showed human life as

A) crude and subject to the natural laws of the universe.

B) all working out for the best in the end.

C) an unlimited journey of body and spirit.

D) determined by a person’s own choice.

13.

All of the following situations are external conflicts in Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl EXCEPT Jacobs’s

A) disagreement with her friend Sally over involving Jacobs’s grandmother in the escape.

B) anguish over leaving her children.

C) attempt to escape from her owner.

D) efforts to avoid recapture.

14.

In Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, Douglass leaves the plantation to

A) escape from slavery.

B) get help from Master Thomas, his owner.

C) visit with Sandy Jenkins.

D) get some magic powder to help himself recover from the abuse.

15.

The primary conflicts in Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl were all caused by

A) the system of slavery.

B) a weakness in Jacobs’s character.

C) Mr. Flint’s extreme cruelty.

D) Mr. Flint’s harassment.

16.

From her actions toward her children, in Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl, you can conclude that Linda

A) realizes that she and her children will never be close.

B) understands that her children will never be free.

C) knows that her children will not understand why she has left them.

D) loves her children very much.

17.

To force Linda out of hiding, in Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl, Flint

A) sells her children.

B) puts her children in jail.

C) forces Linda’s aged aunt to take care of her children.

D) kills her children.

18.

In the first paragraph of Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, Douglass explains that his purpose is to

A) show how a slave was made a man.

B) show how a man was made a slave.

C) get revenge on Mr. Covey for his brutal treatment.

D) explain how difficult life was for slaves.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago
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    insight schools- LA

    1. As explained in Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl, Linda hides at her friend’s house for about

    A) a week.

    2. Which of the following sets of images does Douglass use in the metaphor that concludes Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass?

    D) Embers, a tomb, and heaven

    3. The psychological novels of Henry James might best be described as

    B) showing the characters’ inner lives.

    4. The naturalistic novel has all the following characteristics EXCEPT

    D) larger-than-life, idealistic heroes.

    5. Douglass achieves his purpose in Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass by

    C) using description, narration, and persuasion.

    6. A great novel of the Civil War was not written until long after the war had ended because

    A) the form of the realistic novel had not yet been fully developed.

    7. One indicator of an internal conflict that Jacobs faced in Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl is her

    C) guilt over leaving her children in jail.

    8. The internal conflict that Jacobs finds most difficult to resolve in Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl is her

    C) decision to involve her friends and family in her escape.

    9. As she leaves her children, in Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl, Linda

    A) kisses them and prays for them.

    10. Having seen the horrors of the Civil War firsthand as a Union camp hospital volunteer, Walt Whitman

    A) kept his optimistic attitude about the American character.

    11. At the end of Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, Douglass

    D) regains his sense of freedom and dignity.

    12. In Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, Douglass thinks the root may bring him good luck because Covey

    D) treats him kindly upon his return.

    13. In Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl, after she escapes, Linda does not enter her grandmother’s house because

    D) she does not want to upset her grandmother and bring her harm.

    14. All of the following situations are external conflicts in Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl EXCEPT Jacobs’s

    B) anguish over leaving her children.

    15. When Covey tries to bind Douglass’s legs with a rope, in Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, Douglass

    A) fights back by grabbing Covey by the throat.

    16. To force Linda out of hiding, in Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl, Flint

    B) puts her children in jail.

    17. In Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, Douglass leaves the plantation to

    B) get help from Master Thomas, his owner.

    18. The primary conflicts in Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl were all caused by

    A) the system of slavery.

    19. By using a metaphor comparing his appearance to that of a “man who had escaped a den of wild beasts,” in Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, Douglass suggests that

    B) slaves are treated like beasts, but the slaves’ owners are the real beasts.

    20. In the first paragraph of Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, Douglass explains that his purpose is to

    A) show how a slave was made a man.

    21. Naturalistic writers often showed human life as

    A) crude and subject to the natural laws of the universe.

    22. Although regional writers realistically described the speech patterns and mannerisms of a relatively small geographical area, these writers

    C) were often unrealistic in depicting character and social environment.

    23. From her actions toward her children, in Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl, you can conclude that Linda

    D) loves her children very much.

    24. After the Civil War, realistic writers sought to

    B) accurately portray real life without filtering it through Romanticism.

    25. The extended metaphor in Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass represents

    C) rebirth and resurrection.

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    5 years ago

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