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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 Jones admit to being and also to never being?
(a) To killing but never getting caught.
(b) To being a business man but never stupid.
(c) To being young but never a fool.
(d) To being a member of the gang but never killing.
2. How many doctors has the woman seen?
3. How do the congregation members feel about Butler's sermons?
4. What does Dewey wear to show people he is fearless?
(a) Purple beret.
(b) Willis's clothes.
(c) Slick's bar shirt.
5. What is Butler's regular complaint?
(a) No one is gonna help us.
(b) They still tryin' to starve us out.
(c) Where do we go now.
(d) Nothing good happens here.
Short Answer Questions
1. What has made Mrs. Farragot notorious at Project Gratis?
2. Why does Teddy start logging overtime?
3. Which of the following is true about the narrator's father?
4. Why does Ray say he is moving to a new parlor?
5. What does the father of the girl Billy impregnates insist?
Short Essay Questions
1. What happens when Willis Davis tries to join the Henry Street guys?
2. What does R.V. guarantee Willis and what does Willis plan to do with his guarantee?
3. What does William feel obliged to do for Billy and why does he feel obliged to do it?
4. What does the narrator say that the best men do and do not?
5. When the man with the massive tiara of black hair looks into Butler's shop, what does Butler offer him and how does the man respond?
6. What happens to Billy's parents and the relationship between Billy and William?
7. What is Butler's obsession that becomes his theme as he delivers his sermons?
8. What does Milford's brief say about his client and what does this seem to contradict?
9. Describe Gloria in regards to her views on country music and the south. Be sure to include where she is from.
10. What information about Mrs. Farragot's history does Milford have?
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