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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Where does one of the men take Sue?
(a) To the jail.
(b) To the Sheriff.
(d) To the ambulance.
2. What is ironic about Sue's encounter with Booker versus that with the Sheriff?
(a) She trusts a layman rather than the law.
(c) She is weak in the encounter with Booker.
(d) She is just as strong-willed in both encounters.
3. What does Sue want to do?
(a) Convince her son to confess.
(b) Stall for the arrival of Booker.
(c) Pray with her son before he dies.
(d) Have a priest adminster last rites.
4. What are they planing to do to Johnny-Boy?
(a) Dump his body in the river.
(b) Kill him after he gives them what he wants.
(c) Break his legs.
(d) Send him to the prison labor camp.
5. What is likely to happen if people show up at the meeting?
(a) They will be killed.
(c) They will be arrested.
(d) They will be tortured.
6. About what is Sue uncertain?
(a) If she could actually shoot someone.
(b) Whether they actually caught her son.
(c) What she would do if she got to the woods where Johnny is.
(d) Whether it is a sin to kill herself.
7. What does Sue decide to do?
(a) Go to the woods?
(b) Go to bed and sleep on it.
(d) Go to her daughter-in-law's home.
8. What does Sue become aware of in the clearing?
(a) A commotion.
(b) An FBI agent with his rifle pointed at the Sheriff.
(c) A wolf drawn by the smell of blood.
(d) Her other son coming in with a gun.
9. In this chapter, several things are foreshadowed, a term that means...?
(a) When the sun goes behind a really large cloud.
(b) Giving false clues to throw off the reader.
(c) Something that gives a hint of something to come.
(d) The repeating of words of the same consonent.
10. What does the Sheriff tell Sue?
(a) She is next after her son is dead.
(b) That she won't need the sheet because her son is going to prison not dying.
(c) She can't have her son's body.
(d) He's glad she's come to her senses.
11. Is she able to remain strong?
(a) She is until she hears of the Sheriff's death.
(b) She is until she hears of the death of all the Communists.
12. What does one of the men ask Sue?
(a) What she is carrying.
(b) Who she is.
(c) Why she is there.
(d) Where her other son is.
13. Why does Booker stop Sue from rising?
(a) Because she is already in trouble enough as it is.
(b) Because she is still dizzy.
(c) Because she is too weak.
(d) Because he hasn't finished stitching her head.
14. What does Sue's friend do?
(b) Cleans Sue's wounds.
(c) Asks to borrow a gun.
(d) Tells Sue the latest news about the Sheriff's activities.
15. How does Sue clarify her intentions?
(a) By saying the sheet is to wrap his body.
(b) By shooting the Sheriff.
(c) By repeating herself everytime she is asked.
(d) She doesn't need to clarify anything.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Booker offer to do?
2. Who interrupts Sue's thoughts?
3. What can't Sue do what she wishes for her son?
4. What does Booker do to Sue's head?
5. After Sue lets her friend in the house, where do they go?
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