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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. Chick's tight extra-petite pantyhose suggest:
(a) She cares about the quality of her clothing.
(b) Lenny has forgotten what size she wears.
(c) Lenny has deliberately bought the wrong size.
(d) She cares more about appearance than comfort.

2. Granddaddy's comment that Zackery was the best man for Babe whether she knew it or not implies:
(a) Babe was not happy to marry him.
(b) Zackery threatened Babe into marrying him.
(c) Babe was thrilled to marry him.
(d) Granddaddy was not interested in her happiness.

3. When Chick arrives with Babe, she is upset because:
(a) Babe has shot Zackery.
(b) Meg has asked her to leave.
(c) Meg has shown up uninvited.
(d) Babe has refused to talk to her lawyer.

4. Meg believes Lenny is shy with men because:
(a) She is ashamed of her shrunken ovary.
(b) She has had her heart broken.
(c) She doesn't trust them since their Daddy left.
(d) She was never allowed to speak to them.

5. Lenny believes Babe shot Zackery because:
(a) She wanted a divorce from him.
(b) She is mentally ill.
(c) She is tired of being brutalized by him.
(d) She is in love with Willy Jay.

Short Answer Questions

1. Chick appears to be mainly concerned about:

2. Rather than admit she is gaining weight, Chick claims the pantyhose do not fit because:

3. Meg claims she has not read Lenny's letters because:

4. Chick implies that Meg is the reason:

5. Babe claims she shot Zackery in the stomach because:

Short Essay Questions

1. What does Barnette's reaction to Babe's story reveal about his character?

2. How do Lenny and Babe feel at the start of Act III?

3. Why is Lenny so angry at Meg?

4. What is ironic about Meg's response to the news about Old Granddaddy?

5. What event finally pushes Babe over the brink?

6. What do the candy, cokes, and lemonade symbolize for the girls?

7. What do the details of Meg's life in Hollywood reveal?

8. What makes Babe finally understand the gravity of her situation?

9. Chick's return visit forces what to happen?

10. How might the three sisters serve as symbols for stereotypes of Southern women?

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