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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. Who calls Luke a "bad boy"?
(a) Sister Boxer.
(d) Sister Moore.
2. Who tells Margaret and Odessa that they look "almost like two young girls this morning."
(b) Brother Boxer.
(c) Brother James.
3. What does David say when his father asks if his mother is a good pastor?
(b) " don't know."
(c) David remains silent.
(d) "Good pastor."
4. Who says that there "ain't no age in the Lord"?
(a) Brother Boxer.
(b) Sister Boxer.
(c) Sister Moore.
5. Approximately how much suggested time takes place during Act I?
(a) Less couple of hours.
(b) 24 hours.
(c) A few days.
(d) A few minutes.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who's supposed to send a telegram if anything happens to Luke during "The Amen Corner."
2. What sits on top of the piano in the church in the first scene?
3. How long has Luke been separated from his wife and son?
4. Whose bedroom is mentioned from the beginning of Act I?
5. Who tries to talk with the pastor about nothing being wrong with Brother Boxer's job in Act I?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why does Margaret slap her son in Act III?
2. Describe the opening of Act III.
3. Margaret speaks of an old blind woman from her childhood in Act III. The woman used to greet everyone with "How you this Lord's-day morning" no matter what the day. Who is Margaret comparing the old blind woman to and why?
4. Describe what you know about Sister Rice from Act II?
5. How does David look when he first appears in Act II?
6. In Act I, what do we know about Ida Jackson's husband, who isn't with her?
7. Why do Sister Boxer and Sister Moore come to church early in Act III?
8. When Act III begins, what have Brother and Sister Boxer and Sister Moore been doing since Odessa last saw them?
9. Where did Brother Boxer see David early in Act II? What was David doing?
10. What do we know about Mrs. Jackson's baby by Act III?
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