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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. How did Tiny Duffy get his name?
(a) He has a tiny head.
(b) He is a large, overweight man.
(c) He has a small intellect.
(d) He is a short, slim man.
2. Willie Stark is known as ______________.
(a) The Man
(c) The Boss
(d) The Big Guy
3. What do Jack and Judge Irwin make while Jack is growing up?
(b) Model airplanes
(c) Models of ancient weapons
(d) Ships in bottles
4. What does Willie tell Jack to do?
(a) Find his own way back to town
(b) Find a way to influence the judge
(c) Find something to blackmail Judge Irwin
(d) Make sure Willie is front page news tomorrow
5. What does Cass learn from Gilbert?
(a) How to order wine in a restaurant
(b) How to manage a plantation
(c) How to speak French
(d) How to ride a horse
Short Answer Questions
1. What is the topic of Jack's dissertation?
2. Where does Annabelle take Phebe to be sold?
3. What does Gilbert do after he runs away from home?
4. What does Willie want for his son, Tom?
5. Who do Willie and Jack drive to Burden's Landing to see?
Short Essay Questions
1. What conflicting information about Judge Irwin's financial history?
2. What is the reason that Willie's wife, Lucy, is leaving him?
3. Briefly explain the Mastern family story.
4. How does Judge Irwin react when he sees Jack and Willie at his home?
5. What crisis is occurring in the governor's office when Jack returns to town?
6. What potential issues surround the contract being awarded to J.H. Moore?
7. How is the relationship between Willie and Adam solidified?
8. How do Jack's mother and Judge Irwin feel about Jack's association with Willie Stark?
9. What leads Jack to explore the judge's interest in the American Electric Power Company?
10. Explain the actions in Chapter 9 which create not only the climax of the novel but also the classic theme of good vs. evil.
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