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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 did Daisy demolish in her car accident?
(a) A freestanding tool shed.
(b) All of these answers are correct.
(c) Her car.
(d) A two-car garage.
2. 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 something is wrong with the tire.
(c) Because he needs to go to the bathroom.
(d) Because something is wrong with the air conditioner.
3. In what year does the play begin?
(a) The reader never finds out.
4. To whom is Hoke's daughter married?
(a) A car salesman.
(b) A Pullman porter.
(c) A shoe salesman.
(d) The mailman.
5. What was Harold Stone?
(a) Boolie's father.
(b) Hoke's son who passed away.
(c) Hoke's former employer.
(d) Hoke's neighbor.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Hoke mean when he says "Yassum" to Daisy?
2. What feels funny to Boolie about selling his mother's house?
3. Why doesn't Daisy want to park her car in the sun?
4. What is the one thing Boolie says Daisy can't do to Hoke?
5. What holiday is it during the final scene of the play?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why must Hoke go to the bathroom on the side of the road on his way back from Mobile with Daisy?
2. What was Hoke's job during the war?
3. How does Hoke initially react to Daisy's declarations that she's not rich?
4. When Hoke says that "always be the same ones" in response to Daisy's question about who bombed the temple, who does he mean?
5. How does Daisy respond to being told she is going to have to have a chauffeur?
6. What does Daisy tell Hoke about what to do with his Christmas present?
7. Why does Hoke tell Boolie about Jeanette Harris's offer?
8. What is the first "bad act" that Daisy accuses Florine of doing in the play?
9. What specialty of Idealla's can Hoke and Daisy *not* replicate?
10. How does Daisy find out that Hoke can't read?
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