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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. Meg's remark, "We're getting so old," offends Lenny because:
(a) Meg says it right after she sees Lenny.
(b) Meg knows it is Lenny's birthday.
(c) Doc does not see Meg as old.
(d) Lenny feels ugly compared to Meg.
2. Babe does not want to expose Willy Jay because:
(a) She is afraid for her own reputation.
(b) She promised his mother she would keep it a secret.
(c) She wants to pursue the relationship when the trial is over.
(d) She does not want to ruin his reputation.
3. Billy Boy's death might signal:
(a) A bad omen for the Magraths.
(b) Granddaddy's death.
(c) A change for Lenny.
(d) The death of hope.
4. Chick implies that Meg is the reason:
(a) Granddaddy is sick.
(b) Babe has suffered negative publicity.
(c) Lenny is alone on her birthday.
(d) Doc now walks with a limp.
5. Chick appears to be mainly concerned about:
(a) Her desire to be a member of the Ladies' League.
(b) Babe's welfare.
(c) Her own standing in the town.
(d) Lenny's feelings.
Short Answer Questions
1. Through the dialog, it becomes apparent that Zackery Botrelle:
2. Billy Boy was:
3. Chick is upset at Lenny because:
4. Though Meg seems entirely self-interested, her actions reveal:
5. Babe will not talk to Barnette Lloyd because:
Short Essay Questions
1. The candy Chick brings, which is outdated and unwanted, might represent what?
2. What might Babe's saxophone represent?
3. What does Doc appear to want from his meeting with Meg?
4. Describe Chick's motivations.
5. What is ironic about Lenny's birthday wish?
6. How will Old Granddaddy's death affect the girls' lives?
7. What does Meg and Doc's first meeting in the kitchen suggest about their relationship?
8. What kind of man does Doc Porter appear to be?
9. What impedes Lenny's growth or happiness?
10. What makes Babe finally understand the gravity of her situation?
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