8. Before he would build a wall, the speaker in “Mending Wall” would want to know (1 point)what he was walling in or walling out.
who might be profiting from it.
what his family would think of it.
how effective it was going to be.
9. In “I Am the Land. I Wait.,” the speaker is (1 point)an Italian woman.
an angry environmentalist.
10. What is it that angers the speaker in the poem “I Am the Land. I Wait.”? (1 point)the prospect of being chained and fenced
the idea of being cut into smaller parcels
the problem of getting people to conserve
MIT 18.01 Single Variable Calculus (OCW)
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11. The speaker of the poem “Your World” goes from living in a small nest in a corner to (1 point)being welcomed into a larger flock of birds.
being devoured by the family’s hungry cat.
soaring “to the uttermost reaches” of the sky.
thriving with other wildlife in a big airy barn.
"Hip-Hop Planet", "Ka'Ba", and "Harlem II"
12. According to McBride, the roots of hip-hop music began in (1 point)West Africa centuries ago.
a 19th-century slave ship.
the streets of Harlem.
Puerto Rico and Jamaica.
13. Hip-hop music is a type of music that is (1 point)popular wherever there is a large minority population.
popular in two places—West Africa and the Bronx.
steadily losing its popularity.
14. The tone of the poems “Ka’Ba” and “Harlem II” might be called (1 point)bitter.
Choose the word or phrase that best matches the word in italics for questions 15–16.
15. Dr. Smith had a rationale for giving his students “A’s”: he believed grades hindered learning. (1 point)choice
16. One affluent suburb decided to outlaw bus stops in its neighborhoods. (1 point)backward
17. What could save black people, according to poet Amiri Baraka? (1 point)the “sacred words” that unloose their imaginations
rich benefactors in major cities
a socialist political system
discarding tired beliefs about racism
18. What images does Langston Hughes use in his poem “Harlem II”? (1 point)raisins in the sun
stinky, rotten meat
all of the above
19. In the story “Borders,” what answer will the mother not provide to the border guards? (1 point)her tribal citizenship
her national citizenship
her last name in English
her last name in the Blackfoot language
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