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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What is one of the most consistent situations we read about in Sue's life?
(a) Working too hard, but making good money.
(b) Having a string of lovers.
(c) Losing people she loves.
(d) Not taking care of her family.
2. What does the Sheriff do when he hears Sue yell at him?
(a) Ignores her.
(b) Comes back to the house and hits her.
(c) Comes back to the house and shoots her.
(d) Gives her an obscene gesture.
3. How does Johnny-Boy see the people he encounters?
(a) As black or white.
(b) As communist or not.
(c) As young or old.
(d) As rich or poor.
4. What does Sue say to the people in her house?
(a) Asks if they want a cup of coffee.
(b) Threatens to call the police.
(c) Asks them to sit down.
(d) Tells them to leave.
5. Why did Johnny-Boy think it was necessary to take in so many members so quickly?
(a) To make the party grow and become strong.
(b) To collect more dues.
(c) To spread out the meeting places.
(d) So he could get outside help.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Sue do to ignore her fears?
2. What is Sue doing when she realizes someone is in her house?
3. What does the word 'reiterate' mean?
4. What does Reva tell Sue to tell Johnny-Boy?
5. What does the sheriff ask Sue?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Reva feel about Sue's answers to her questions?
2. How does Sue reply when the men ask her why she is there?
3. What does the sheriff ask Sue and what is her reply? What does the sheriff do after she replies to him?
4. What types of trials has Sue handled in her life thus far?
5. What does Johnny-Boy do when Sue is standing near him?
6. Who comes into the house and what does she say?
7. What does Sue first think she should do?
8. What does Johnny-Boy tell his mother about how he sees people?
9. How does Sue respond to Johnny-Boy's defense?
10. What does Sue do when she wakes with someone in her house?
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