1 of 5
What does the narrator empty on the head of the preacher at the Men’s House, after mistaking him for Dr. Bledsoe?

2 of 5
After taking a room at Mary’s apartment, the narrator is irritated by her expectation that he ___.

3 of 5
What event does the narrator witness in Harlem, inspiring him to make a spontaneous, rousing speech?

4 of 5
In addition to $300 back rent, how much money is the narrator offered weekly in exchange for joining the Brotherhood?

5 of 5
Before leaving Mary’s home for the last time, what object does the narrator angrily break?