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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 does the pastor plan on seeing in Philadelphia?
(a) Elder Thomas.
(b) Sister Baker.
(c) The pastor's mother.
(d) Mother Phillips.
2. Who calls Luke a "bad boy"?
(a) Sister Boxer.
(b) Sister Moore.
3. Who was out late the night before the church service in the first act?
4. When Luke appears in Act I, how long does he say he'll be in town for?
(a) A couple of days.
(b) A week.
(c) For the rest of his life.
(d) A couple of weeks.
5. What does David say when his father asks if his mother is a good pastor?
(a) "Good pastor."
(b) David remains silent.
(d) " don't know."
Short Answer Questions
1. Who tries to talk with the pastor about nothing being wrong with Brother Boxer's job in Act I?
2. During the first act, Brother Boxer tell his wife and Sister Moore that he's heard that David's father is back in town. Where is David's father reportedly working?
3. Why is everyone silent when Sisters Moore and Boxer finish singing in Act I?
4. Everyone tries to convince Margaret to stay to care for Luke instead of going out of town. What does she decide?
5. What scenery does the play open with?
Short Essay Questions
1. How did Luke find Margaret in Act I?
2. What is David's fear of staying with his mother in Act III?
3. What does Sister Sally have to say in Act II about traveling to Philadelphia?
4. What gossip concerning David does Brother Boxer share with his wife and Sister Moore in Act I?
5. Describe what Margaret sees when she first enters the church in Act III.
6. How does David look when he first appears in Act II?
7. Why does Odessa refer to Sister Moore as "poor Sister Moore" in Act III?
8. Describe Sister Douglass from Act II.
9. What does Act II tell you about Sister Sally?
10. What unholy things does Margaret preach against in Act I, and why are they unholy?
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