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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Who does Sue want to reach before Booker?
(a) The other communist cell members.
(b) The Sheriff.
(c) Her other son.
2. Is she able to remain strong?
(b) She is until she hears of the death of all the Communists.
(c) She is until she hears of the Sheriff's death.
3. What does Booker again ask Sue?
(a) For names of the party members.
(b) If he can't take her to the hospital.
(c) If she wants him to rescue her son.
(d) If she wants him to contact the FBI.
4. What proves to be too much for Sue?
(a) Reva's exuberance.
(b) Sue's head wound.
(c) The Sheriff's arrival.
(d) The burned stew.
5. What prevents Sue from killing anyone else after the first shot(s)?
(a) She is tackled by some of the men.
(b) She has no more bullets.
(c) She is horrified at her actions.
(d) The gun misfires.
6. In this chapter, several things are foreshadowed, a term that means...?
(a) When the sun goes behind a really large cloud.
(b) The repeating of words of the same consonent.
(c) Something that gives a hint of something to come.
(d) Giving false clues to throw off the reader.
7. What does the Sheriff threaten to do if Sue does not talk to her son?
(a) Split her eardrums.
(b) Go after her other son.
(c) Split his eardrums.
(d) Shoot him.
8. What does Sue say when Reva asks if Johnny-Boy came home?
(a) That he had not.
(b) That he was on his way now.
(c) That he had.
(d) That he decided he could not come home ever again.
9. What is the name of the person standing over her?
10. When Sue looks at her wounded son, what does she wish?
(a) She could shoot him so he felt no more pain.
(b) She hadn't come to see this.
(c) She could save him.
(d) She could kill all the men there.
11. Where does one of the men take Sue?
(a) To the ambulance.
(c) To the Sheriff.
(d) To the jail.
12. Where does Booker say the Sheriff is?
(a) In the woods.
(b) In the FBI office.
(c) Back at the station.
13. What does Sue think is likely?
(a) That she'll be killed by the Sheriff.
(b) That her grandchildren will be put up for adoption.
(c) That she'll never see either of her sons again.
(d) That the Communists lied to her.
14. What does Booker need in order to do what he offers to do?
(a) Knowledge as to the whereabouts of one of her sons.
(b) A gun.
(c) Some money for the doctor.
(d) Names of the contacts.
15. Who else arrives at the clearing?
(b) The FBI.
(d) Her other son.
Short Answer Questions
1. The beating of Sue is an example of racism. What is racism?
2. Why does Sue feel the way she does about Booker's offer?
3. What does the Sheriff ask Sue?
4. As Sue regains consciousness, what does she hear?
5. What does Sue hide inside the sheet?
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