American Literature

 

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American Literature

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Question 221
Of the two, reverend Sir, " said the voice like the deacon's, "I had rather miss an ordination-dinner than to-night's meeting. They tell me that some of our community are to be here from Falmouth and beyond, and others from Connecticut and Rhode-Island; besides several of the Indian powows, who, after their fashion, know almost as much deviltry as the best of us. A "powow" in this context is:
A
A devil-worshipper
B
A boxer
C
An apples-salesman
D
A medicine man
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Question 222
According to "Hare's Adventure", how does he get his "burnt buttocks"?
A
His buttocks was scorched by the sun which he had caught in a trap
B
Grandmother burned him with a hot poker for being so mischievous
C
Hare caught his own tale on fire trying to cook himself some dinner
D
He was born that way
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Question 223
Who wrote Heritage?
A
Countiee cullen
B
William Faulkner
C
T.S. Eliot
D
Wallace stevens
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Question 224
The following extract presents a suitable answer to the hacknied argument drawn by the defender of Slavery from the songs of the Slave, and is also a good specimen of the powers of observation and manly heart of the writer. The word hacknied is an old form of the word hackneyed. What does it mean?
A
Lacking in freshness and originality
B
Saddened
C
Double meaning
D
Blue-eyed
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Question 225
What statement below best sums up the literary significance of Frederick Douglass?
A
Indian Autobiography
B
Father of free verse
C
Father of American poetry
D
Most popular slave narrative
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