Revolution is Not a Dinner Party Book Quiz
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City with State or Country
1) Which of these is considered bourgeois by the supporters of the cultural revolution in this book?
Political posters supporting Chairman Mao
2) Why is Ling’s father arrested?
He helps an anti-revolutionary writer
He steals food from the hospital
The officers accuse him of not working hard enough
He has a picture of the Statue of Liberty
3) As the cultural revolution progresses, Ling’s neighbors . . .
Become more proud of their community
Compete to create the best artistic pieces
Become more suspicious of each other
Are more friendly and generous
4) When Chairman Mao dies . . .
All the doctors are sent to labor camps
School children are required to cry for two hours each day
Comrade Li apologizes to Ling’s family
5) Which word does NOT describe Ling’s father?
6) Which word best describes Mrs. Wong’s feelings about Ling?
7) This book is set in . . .
8) Why does Ling say “I wanted to turn into a powerful dragon?”
She wants to fly away and escape to safety
She wants to punish her enemies and rescue her friends
She believes dragons are lucky
She is forced to recite that poem at school
9) Which word does NOT describe Ling?
10) Which of the following is NOT true in this book?
High school students are ordered to be re-educated by peasants
Bao-bao is burned
Ling and her mother tell each other everything
Comrade Li offers Ling origami in exchange for food
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