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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. Why does Sue want Johnny-Boy to have some money?
(a) So he can take Reva on a date.
(b) So he can buy a car.
(c) So he can eat when out and about.
(d) In case he needs to leave town.
2. What does Johnny-Boy do after eating?
(a) Reads the paper.
(b) Goes to bed.
(c) Watches television.
(d) Puts his shoes back on.
3. What happens to Sue after question #76?
(a) She goes to bed.
(b) She is raped.
(c) She falls to the floor.
(d) She goes to jail.
4. What does Sue see one of the men in her house do?
(a) None of them did anything.
(b) Tip over her laundry pail
(c) Move his arm suddenly.
(d) Kick his foot towards her.
5. How do you think Johnny-Boy feels about his mother?
(a) He thinks she is wrong about the party.
(b) He thinks she is too religious.
(c) He is irritated by her.
(d) He loves her deeply.
Short Answer Questions
1. Why was one of Sue's sons arrested a year ago?
2. What does the sheriff ask Sue about the meeting?
3. What made Sue feel anxious and worried at the beginning of the story?
4. Who are the people in Sue's house?
5. What is one of the most consistent situations we read about in Sue's life?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is Sue doing when she realizes someone is in her house and what does she know about it?
2. What does Sue realize about Johnny-Boy and his work?
3. Who does Sue hear coming in shortly after she finishes her ironing and what does she feel?
4. How does Sue respond to Johnny-Boy's defense?
5. How does Sue reply when the men ask her why she is there?
6. Of what is Sue certain after she hears what Booker says about the sheriff?
7. What does Sue finally decide to do?
8. What does the sheriff tell Sue and how does she respond?
9. How does Sue feel and what does she tell Booker when he offers to help her?
10. What does Sue do for several hours after the sheriff leaves?
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