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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 does Hoke bring Daisy on the morning of the ice storm?
2. Why does Daisy think Hoke enjoys Christmas at Boolie and Florine's?
(a) Because he's never had Christmas before.
(b) Because he is greedy and hungry all the time.
(c) Because he's the only Christian in attendance.
(d) Because he doesn't have his own family.
3. What holiday is it during the final scene of the play?
(d) The Fourth of July -- Daisy's favorite.
4. Where is Jeanette Harris from?
(a) Savannah, Georgia.
(b) Canton, Ohio.
(c) Mobile, Alabama.
(d) Los Angeles, California.
5. What is a "Piggly Wiggly"?
(a) A mean name for chauffeurs.
(b) A pet shop.
(c) A grocery store.
(d) A mean name for old Jewish ladies.
Short Answer Questions
1. From whom does Boolie win his award?
2. What does Daisy think she's doing when she becomes disoriented?
3. What feels funny to Boolie about selling his mother's house?
4. What about Boolie's secretary does Daisy think is a shame?
5. What does Daisy think of the holiday lights Florine always puts up?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why does Hoke know how to drive on ice?
2. When Hoke says that "always be the same ones" in response to Daisy's question about who bombed the temple, who does he mean?
3. What level of literacy does Hoke have when he first discusses it with Daisy?
4. Why does Hoke tell Boolie about Jeanette Harris's offer?
5. Why does Hoke think Boolie's mother isn't involved with the hiring of her chauffeur herself?
6. Who asks Hoke to replace the missing can of salmon?
7. Why can't Boolie go with Daisy on her long trip to see her Uncle Walter?
8. How does Hoke initially react to Daisy's declarations that she's not rich?
9. How does Daisy help Hoke find the Bauer headstone?
10. Why does Daisy want Boolie around when she confronts Hoke about the missing can of salmon?
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