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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. What was Chris' nickname in the war?
(a) Chris McGuts
(b) Mother McKeller
(c) Pee-wee Keller
(d) Lil' Chris Lug-Nut
2. What is different about the Kellers' yard at the beginning of the play
(a) It has been mowed
(b) A tree has fallen
(c) The hammock is broken
(d) A large picnic is going on
3. What item is Ann sad to see is missing from her old backyard?
(a) A dog house
(b) A hammock
(c) A picnic table
(d) A tree-house
4. Which of the following is not a military rank listed among Joe Keller's factory staff?
5. What does Joe Keller fear is George Deever's intention by visiting his father?
(a) He wants so tell him off
(b) He wants to reopen the case
(c) He wants to break him out
(d) He wants to warn his father about Chris's intentions to Ann
Short Answer Questions
1. Where did Jim Bayliss refuse to drive Sue because of the heat?
2. How long does Chris tell Ann he expected her to stay with the Kellers?
3. According to Chris in his monologue, what should have been born out of all the death in the war?
4. What occupation did Susie have?
5. At what time did Chris see his mother standing in the yard?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is Chris's plan now that he knows the truth about his family?
2. Describe the story that Jim tells about the year he left his family.
3. Why does George believe that Chris already knows Joe is guilty?
4. What promise does Chris make Ann after proposing, and how does this promise relate to his omnipresent guilt?
5. What is Joe's reasoning that Larry was not one of the pilots killed because of his factory's mistake?
6. Describe the relationship between George and Kate.
7. Describe Joe Keller.
8. What does Kate warn Ann of, regarding Chris?
9. How do Joe and Chris view the world differently?
10. Why is Ann upset with Chris after her conversation with Sue?
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