for nancy only 1. TENAZ was an organization promoting Chicano political separatism.(T/F) 2. Prior to the Spanish conquest, theatre did not exist in Mexico. (T/F) 3. Sor Juana Inez de la Cruz__________________. (a) Wrote Chicano theatre (b) Mesoamerican

  1. TENAZ  was an organization promoting  Chicano political separatism.(T/F)
  2. Prior to the Spanish conquest, theatre did not exist in Mexico. (T/F)
  3. Sor Juana Inez de la Cruz__________________.

(a)   Wrote Chicano theatre  (b) Mesoamerican theatre  (c) colonial period Mexican theatre

  1. The Teatro Campesino was founded by

(a)   César Chávez  (b) Jorge Huerta (c) Luis Valdez

  1. _________ is a Chicano play  which focuses on the Pachuco sub-culture.

(a) Los Vendidos         (b) Zoot Suit    (c) Los Pachucos  (d) Bowl of Beings

  1. Jorge Huerta was the founder of TENAZ. (T/F)
  2. The acto and the corrido are one in the same. (T/F)
  3.  Culture Clash is comprised of Richard Montoya, Rick Salinas and

(a) Luis Valdez            (b) Herbert Siguenza               (c) Daniel Valdez

  1. Culture Clash was founded in the 1960’s. (T/F)

10.  Chicano literature is limited to poetry and novels. (T/F)

11.  Code-switching and__________are defining features of Chicano literature.

(a)   caló  (b) pochismos  (c) profanity  (d) both a & b

12.  Chicanismo  is not often reflected in works by Chicano writers. (T/F)

13.  Juan Seguín and Mariano Vallejo were early writers, who wrote protest literature. (T/F)

 

14.  Sandra Cisneros wrote Mexican Village in 1945. (T/F)

15.  Quinto Sol Publications nurtured the careers of authors such as Rodolfo Anaya,

(a)   Rolando Hinojosa-Smith  (b) Tomás Rivera  (c) Luis Valdez  (d) both a & b

16.  I am Joaquín is an epic poem written by Chicano activist

(a)   Alurista  (b) Rodolfo “Corky” Gonzáles (c) José Montoya (d) Rodlofo Anaya

17.  I am Joaquín laid the groundwork for the future of Chicano literature since 1967. (T/F)

18.  I am Joaquín popularized the use of the term, Mexican-American. (T/F)

  1. I am Joaquín is an epic poem, which relates the history of the Chicano. (T/F)
  2. El Plan Espiritual de Aztlan, written by “Alurista”, inspired a sense of Chicano nationalism. (T/F)
  3. Chicano author, Richard Rodríguez, often expresses his sense of chicanismo is his work. (T/F)
  4. Sandra Cisneros wrote the popular novel Bless Me Última. (T/F)
  5. Author Cherrie Montoya deals with issues of Chicana lesbianism in her works. (T/F)
  6. Tomás Rivera and Rolando Hinojosa-Smith wrote Spanish language estampas. (T/F)
  7. Mexican corridos often narrated stories of the Mexican-American experience in the 1800’s. (T/F)
  8. Richard Rodríguez often explores his strong sense of chicanismo. (T/F)
  9. The poet, José Montoya, utilizes much caló in his poems. (T/F)
  10. Gregorio Cortéz is the subject of a popular 19th century corrido from Texas. (T/F)
  11. Jesús Salvador Treviño is a pioneer Chicano film maker. (T/F)
  12.  Luis Valdez, the playwright, is also a Chicano filmmaker. (T/F)
  13.  Corky González wrote the poem, “I am Joaquín”, and directed a film based on this poem. (T/F)
  14.  Moctesuma Esparza is a Chicano actor. (T/F)
  15.  Real Women Have Curves is film based on a play by Josefina López. (T/F)
  16. Early 20th century depiction of Mexicans  in American film was typically favorable. (T/F)
  17.  Chicano films of the 1960’s and 1970’s  promoted negative Mexican-American stereotypes. (T/F) 

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