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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does Sue tell her friend?
(a) That Johnny-Boy has been arrested.
(c) That Booker is contacting party members.
(d) That the Sheriff is arresting her other son.
2. What does Sue not trust Booker?
(a) Because he is new to the party.
(b) Because of his race.
(c) Because he is young.
(d) Because he is ambitious.
3. What does Booker need in order to do what he offers to do?
(a) Names of the contacts.
(b) Knowledge as to the whereabouts of one of her sons.
(c) A gun.
(d) Some money for the doctor.
4. When Sue looks at her wounded son, what does she wish?
(a) She could save him.
(b) She hadn't come to see this.
(c) She could shoot him so he felt no more pain.
(d) She could kill all the men there.
5. What is one thing Sue thinks about doing?
(a) Killing herself.
(b) Making Reva leave town.
(c) Searching for Johnny-Boy in the woods.
(d) Just going to bed and forgetting it all.
6. What is ironic about Sue's encounter with Booker versus that with the Sheriff?
(a) She is weak in the encounter with Booker.
(b) She trusts a layman rather than the law.
(d) She is just as strong-willed in both encounters.
7. What can't Sue do what she wishes for her son?
(a) She knows it's not the Christian thing to do.
(b) Because it would keep her from silencing Booker.
(c) She's afraid they would kill her other son.
(d) She thinks her son would hate her for it.
8. Where does the Sheriff lead Sue?
(a) To his squad car.
(b) To the jail.
(c) To the nearby farmhouse.
(d) To a clearing in the woods.
9. What does Sue think is likely?
(a) That her grandchildren will be put up for adoption.
(b) That the Communists lied to her.
(c) That she'll never see either of her sons again.
(d) That she'll be killed by the Sheriff.
10. What is the name of the person standing over her?
11. How does Sue clarify her intentions?
(a) She doesn't need to clarify anything.
(b) By saying the sheet is to wrap his body.
(c) By repeating herself everytime she is asked.
(d) By shooting the Sheriff.
12. What does Sue decide to do?
(b) Go to her daughter-in-law's home.
(c) Go to bed and sleep on it.
(d) Go to the woods?
13. What does Sue do before she leaves?
(a) Goes out to the garden.
(b) Goes to the basement.
(c) Goes to the barn.
(d) Goes to Johnny-Boy's room.
14. How does Booker make Sue give up resistance?
(a) He pulls a gun on her.
(b) He pretends he does not care one way or the other.
(c) He continues to press her.
(d) He injects her with drugs.
15. What does Sue's friend do?
(a) Cleans Sue's wounds.
(c) Tells Sue the latest news about the Sheriff's activities.
(d) Asks to borrow a gun.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Sue tell the men the reason is for her being there?
2. The beating of Sue is an example of racism. What is racism?
3. What does Sue retrieve there?
4. Who interrupts Sue's thoughts?
5. Who is where the Sheriff takes her?
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