Welcome to the club! I started reading them, guessed one or two and then gave up. Most of those called "African-American" I didn't have a clue about, even though I have read James Baldwin and a few others, although nothing recent. Those categories are vague and it's hard to tell whether they all belong to the same book.
I did fairly well on books that I've read, even ones I read long ago. But apparently the maker of the quiz is far better read than any of us or, as I suspect, full of crap. The Yellow Wallpaper -- really?!
My guess for this one, which was totally wrong, was Suddenly Last Summer (It starts in NO, doesn't it? But oh yeah -- it's not a novel.) Marginality, Social–Fiction. Mothers and sons–Fiction. New Orleans (La.)–Fiction. The real answer turned out to be one of my favorite books:
The (Anglican) nuns that ran my school went through all the books in our library redacting all the bits they thought might not be suitable for young ladies to read. They even removed pages from the Art books if they had pictures of (blush) people with not many clothes on.
No wonder I am developmentally delayed.!
Travel! Set out and head for pastures new[br] Life tastes the richer when you’ve road worn feet.[br]Ibn Battuta[br]