A Quilt of a Country: Summary, Analysis & Quotes

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What does the author compare to a quilt in A Quilt of a Country?

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1. According to the author of A Quilt of a Country, what makes America unique?

2. According to A Quilt of a Country, which of the following types of events is unifying to our country?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

This quiz/worksheet is a simple way to test your knowledge of A Quilt of a Country. You'll find questions within addressing the text's main points and essential quotations.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

This quiz/worksheet is composed of questions concerning:

  • What the author compares a quilt to within the text
  • How A Quilt of a Country describes America's unique nature
  • America's unifying events
  • Patriotism
  • Why the author believes the U.S. is able to overcome the bigotry present within the country

Skills Practiced

  • Defining key concepts - ensure that you can accurately define patriotism as it appears within the text
  • Reading comprehension - make sure you've drawn important details from the lesson on the contents of A Quilt of a Country
  • Distinguishing differences - verify that you can differentiate between events that are and aren't unifying to the country according to A Quilt of a Country

Additional Learning

To study this text in greater depth, you can review the corresponding lesson titled A Quilt of a Country: Summary, Analysis & Quotes. This lesson involves the following objectives:

  • Define metaphor
  • Explore the discussion of hate and division within the text
  • Understand the perspective on diversity expressed in A Quilt of a Country
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