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Light In August Quiz 3
1. What seems to make the black parishioners most afraid of Christmas when he enters their church?
- His foul language
- His whiteness
- His violent entry
- The expression on his face
2. Why does Hightower choose to read Henry IV after delivering Lena's baby?
- He wants something that will put him to sleep
- Tennyson reminds him of Byron, whom he is mad at
- He wants something challenging to distract himself
- He considers it manly reading
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