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Jeopardy

Hosted

by

Ms. Schindelheim


People

Actions

Quotes

Quotes 2

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200

200

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300

300

300

300

400

400

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500

500

500

500


True/False

Tragedies

Words

Misc.

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Row 1 col 1

Row 1, Col 1

Who is Nelson?

This person gave Ruth May an

amulet when she came down

with malaria.


1,2

Who is Tata Ndu?

He wanted to marry one of the

Price’s daughters.


1,3

Who is Brother Fowells?

This person left behind Methuselah

for the Price family.


1,4

Who is Mama Tataba?

This person taught Nathan how to

garden in the Congo.


2,1

What is called for or

held an election?

Tata Ndu ______________ to

determine if the village

should worship Jesus or not.


2,2

What is he threatened Ruth May’s

mother (said she would get sick)?

Ruth May didn’t tell anyone about

Axelroot’s diamonds

because________________.


2,3

What is he was assassinated?

This ultimately happened

to Lumumba


2,4

What is translate?

Anatole____________ Nathan’s

sermons so the villagers could

decide for themselves about

Tata Jesu.


3,1

Who is Nathan?

“The emissaries of the Lord smote

the sinners, who had come heedless

to the sight of God, heedless

in their nakedness”


3,2

Who is Ruth May?

“Sometimes I am bad too. After they

all got off the ark and let the animals go

is when it happened. Ham found his

father Noah lying around pig-drunk”


3,3

Who is Adah?

“Such childhood energy I spent feeling

betrayed. By the world in general,

Leah in particular. Betrayal bent me

in one direction while guilt bent

me the other.”


3,4

Who is Ruth May?

“Slide the weight from your shoulders

and move forward. You are afraid you

might forget, but you never will…

Think of the vine that curls

from the square plot that was once my

heart. This is the only marker you need.

Move on.

Walk forward into the light.”


4,1

Who is Orleanna?

“They have no idea. One had only a life

of one’s own. I’ve seen things they’ll

never know about.”


4,2

Who is Leah?

“The land mines are still all over the country,

they take off the leg or arm of a child every day,

and I know what could happen to us if we

travel those roads. But in my dreams I still have hope,

and in life, no sage retreat. If I have to hop all

the way on one foot, damn it, I’ll find a place I can

claim as home.


4,3

Who is Adah?

“Out of sympathy for the Devil and Africa,

I left the healing profession. I became a

witch doctor. My church is the Great Rift Valley

that lies along the eastern boundary of Congo.

I do not go there. I merely study

the congregation.”


4,4

Who is Rachel?

“Did I ever think I would wind up here getting old?

Not on your life. But here I am. I’ve walked off

more marriages and close calls than you can

shake at stick at, but never got out of the

Dark Continent.”


1,5

Who is Mobutu?

His personal wealth equaled the

national debt of Zaire.


2,5

What is baptizing children?

Nathan was obsessed with this.


3,5

Who is Adah?

“Tall and straight I may appear,

but I will always be [myself] inside.

A crooked little person trying to

tell the truth. The power is in the

balance…”


4,5

Who is Orleanna?

“My soul was gathered with sinners

and bloody men…I was blinded

from the constant looking back:

Lot’s wife. I only ever saw the

gathering of the clouds.”


1,6

Who is False?

After Ruth May’s death, Nathan

realized the error of his ways.


2,6

What is false?

Adah never returned to Africa.


3,6

What is true?

Axelroot and Rachel never married.


4,6

What is true?

Orleanna is never able to get over Ruth

May’s death.


5,6

What is true?

“The ‘you’ in Orleanna’s passages is

Ruth May.


4,6

Who is Orleanna?

“My soul was gathered with sinners

and bloody men…I was blinded

from the constant looking back:

Lot’s wife. I only ever saw the

gathering of the clouds.”


1,7

Who is Ruth May?

This person dies from a

snake bite.


2,7

Who is Nathan?

He is burned to death.


3,7

Who is Pascal?

He was a Simba and was killed.


4,7

What is kakakaka?

The disease that killed many

African children.


5,7

What are ants?

This attacked the entire village,

eating any living object left behind.


1,8

What is an Okapi?

The animal that Orleanna saw

in the forest.


2,8

What in muntu?

Anything living or dead.


3,8

What are pagnes?

Female native Africans always wore these.


4,8

What is bangala

This word means poisonwood.


5,8

What is nzole?

Aunt Elisabeth draped this over Leah

and Anatole’s shoulders when

they got married.


1,9

What is a green mamba?

The name of the snake that

killed Ruth May.


2,9

What are monkeys?

The animals that came into Rachel’s

hotel.


3,9

What are African diseases?

Adah studies…


4,9

What are the deaths of Ruth May and Lumumba?

The significance of 17 Janvier.


5,9

What is manioc?

The staple food in the Congo.


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