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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Where does Sue huddle?
(a) In the bath.
(b) In the garden.
(c) Under the table.
(d) Over the stove.
2. How does Booker make Sue give up resistance?
(a) He pretends he does not care one way or the other.
(b) He pulls a gun on her.
(c) He continues to press her.
(d) He injects her with drugs.
3. Who does Sue kill?
(b) Her son.
(c) The Sheriff and Booker.
(d) The Sheriff.
4. Why does Sue feel the way she does about Booker's offer?
(a) She thinks he is manipulating her.
(b) She isn't sure she can trust him.
(c) She wonders if the others will be ok with it.
(d) She knows she can't do it.
5. What does Sue's friend do?
(b) Asks to borrow a gun.
(c) Tells Sue the latest news about the Sheriff's activities.
(d) Cleans Sue's wounds.
6. What does Booker need in order to do what he offers to do?
(a) Some money for the doctor.
(b) Names of the contacts.
(c) A gun.
(d) Knowledge as to the whereabouts of one of her sons.
7. What does Sue tell her friend?
(b) That the Sheriff is arresting her other son.
(c) That Booker is contacting party members.
(d) That Johnny-Boy has been arrested.
8. What is one thing Sue thinks about doing?
(a) Searching for Johnny-Boy in the woods.
(b) Just going to bed and forgetting it all.
(c) Making Reva leave town.
(d) Killing herself.
9. What is immediately noticeable about Sue?
(a) Her bloody clothing.
(b) Her head wound.
(c) Her black eye.
(d) Her broken nose.
10. Who else arrives at the clearing?
(b) The FBI.
(c) Her other son.
11. Where does the Sheriff lead Sue?
(a) To the jail.
(b) To his squad car.
(c) To a clearing in the woods.
(d) To the nearby farmhouse.
12. Is giving Booker the names likely to change the outcome?
(a) No since the Sheriff already found Sue's black book.
(b) Yes because Johnny-Boy escaped before the Sheriff learns anything.
(c) No since Johnny-Boy is already in custody.
(d) Yes because Johnny-Boy dies before the Sheriff learns anything.
13. What does Sue say when Reva asks if Johnny-Boy came home?
(a) That he was on his way now.
(b) That he had not.
(c) That he had.
(d) That he decided he could not come home ever again.
14. Why does Booker stop Sue from rising?
(a) Because he hasn't finished stitching her head.
(b) Because she is too weak.
(c) Because she is still dizzy.
(d) Because she is already in trouble enough as it is.
15. What is the name of the person standing over her?
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Sue decide to do?
2. The beating of Sue is an example of racism. What is racism?
3. How does Sue clarify her intentions?
4. What does Sue retrieve there?
5. What does she take with her?
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