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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. Which family member of Hoke's is a college professor?
(a) His wife.
(b) His daughter.
(c) His granddaughter.
(d) His sister.
2. How old is Hoke when the play begins?
3. Why does Hoke need to pull the car over on their way home from their long trip?
(a) Because Daisy is driving him nuts.
(b) Because he needs to go to the bathroom.
(c) Because something is wrong with the air conditioner.
(d) Because something is wrong with the tire.
4. How is the situation with the missing can of salmon resolved?
(a) Hoke brings a replacement can to Daisy.
(b) Hoke must replace it with two cans of salmon.
(c) The cost of the salmon is deducted from Hoke's paycheck.
(d) Daisy decides not to confront Hoke so there's never a resolution.
5. In what year does the play end?
(b) The reader never finds out.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who does Daisy actually end up going to the banquet with?
2. While she is disoriented, why does Daisy become angry with Hoke?
3. Who is Jeanette Harris?
4. What is Daisy looking for when she becomes disoriented?
5. Why does Boolie call to check on Daisy during the ice storm?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Daisy feel about Florine's Christmas festivities?
2. How does Hoke initially react to Daisy's declarations that she's not rich?
3. Why does Daisy want Boolie around when she confronts Hoke about the missing can of salmon?
4. How long has Hoke been looking for work when he first meets Boolie?
5. What exactly is a Pullman porter?
6. Why does Daisy not like where Hoke picks her up from temple the first time?
7. Who asks Hoke to replace the missing can of salmon?
8. Who taught Daisy what (little) she knows about cars?
9. What does Daisy think a chauffeur is going to do while at her house all day?
10. What does Hoke think his chauffeur job is originally going to entail?
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