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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. Why did Joe Keller throw out a sack of potatoes?
(a) They were rotten
(b) He is sick of eating potatoes every night
(c) He thought it was a bag of garbage
(d) He wanted to clear the kitchen of all clutter
2. Why does Chris leave the backyard in the beginning of Act 2?
(a) To put on a shirt
(b) To have something to eat
(c) To take a shower
(d) To take a nap
3. Where does Kate Keller have a pain in Act 1?
(a) Her feet
(b) Her neck
(c) Her chest
(d) Her head
4. Why could Larry not have been killed by a faulty part from Joe Keller's factory?
(a) He didn't fight in the Pacific
(b) He died before the shipment of bad parts went out
(c) He never flew in a P-40
(d) He was not a pilot
5. Why does Kate think that Chris has no right to marry Ann, according to Joe?
(a) She was his sister-in-law
(b) She thinks that Larry is still alive
(c) She doesn't like Ann
(d) It would sully Larry's memory
Short Answer Questions
1. What object is Frank Lubey carrying when he talks to Ann in Act 1?
2. Why does Jim have to leave Joe Keller's yard at the beginning of the first act?
3. What is reported in the paper once a month, according to Joe Keller?
4. Why does Sue think she should have been born a man?
5. What does Kate Keller bring out in a pitcher at the beginning of Act 2?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Joe feel about Ann's visiting the family?
2. How does Joe blame Kate for his scandal?
3. Describe Joe Keller.
4. What news does Frank Lubey bring to the Keller house?
5. Why does Joe only read the want ads in the paper?
6. Why does Joe take his own life?
7. What is George's attitude toward the setting?
8. How does Chris describe the girl that Kate wants to set George up with?
9. Describe the relationship between George and Kate.
10. What does Kate warn Ann of, regarding Chris?
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