1 of 5
When is the first time in his life that Bigger feels he has asserted his individuality against the forces that have tried to destroy him?

2 of 5
The reader is given the impression that the Daltons engage in generous philanthropy with the black community in order to ___.

3 of 5
Bigger compares his mother's ___ to his sister's whiskey drinking as a form of pointless escapism.

4 of 5
What does Bigger encounter that poisons his relationship with Christianity?

5 of 5
What seems to conspire with the white authorities to help trap Bigger and lead to his capture?