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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. As a result of the strike, what did the people of Gibbsville begin to use in their homes?
(b) Oil burners
2. What do both Julian and Caroline get from the Englishes?
(a) Theater tickets
(b) Tickets for a cruise
(c) A new car
(d) An envelope with money
3. William loves his wife, son and _____________.
4. Where is Al Grecco coming from as Chapter 1, Part 3 begins?
5. What is the name of the wife mentioned in #1?
6. Where do Julian and Caroline go today?
(b) A book club meeting
(c) Julian's parents' home
(d) The movies
7. What does Al order for lunch at the Apollo?
(a) Burger and fries
(b) Turkey dinner
(c) Ham dinner
(d) Meat loaf dinner
8. Gibbsville is a stronghold of ______________________.
(b) Union labor
9. Who has made arrangements to let Al stay rent free?
(a) Ross Campbell
(b) Ed Charney
(c) Julian English
(d) Lute Fliegler
10. What is Irma planning for the afternoon?
11. What does Al yell from his car window?
(a) "God bless us everyone!"
(b) "Happy New Year!"
(c) "Merry Christmas, you stuck-up bastards!"
(d) "And to all a good night!"
12. Who is the only person Julian wants to see today?
13. What is the setting for Chapter 1, Part 2?
(a) The VFW Hall
(b) The K of C Hall
(c) Lantenengo Country Club
(d) Reading Hills Country Club
14. After the strike it was too much trouble to ____________________.
(a) Switch back to coal
(b) Ship the coal
(c) Find new jobs
(d) Re-open the mines
15. What is the only day of the year that Ed Charney spends at home with his wife and son?
(a) Christmas Day
(b) His anniversary
(c) New Year's Day
(d) His son's birthday
Short Answer Questions
1. What day is it in Chapter 2, Part 2?
2. What does Julian's father chastise him for?
3. What is Lute's occupation?
4. Which physician does William English not like?
5. How does Julian's father view Julian's drinking?
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