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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What news does Frank flaunt to make Sophie angry?
(a) His name is on Minnie's deed.
(b) A second telegram informs Frank he has legal rights to some money from his father.
(c) Minnie plans to sell her share of the land and return to London.
(d) He just bought out a piece of land right next to Sophie.
2. What is the only reason Sophie is sorry for Frank's troubles?
(a) Because Frank might ask her for help.
(b) Because Sophie doesn't believe in wishing bad luck on anyone.
(c) Because they concern Minnie too.
(d) Because it might make Frank stay in Kansas and closer to her.
3. Frank tells the white men on the train Minnie is __________.
(a) An indentured servant.
(b) A gift from his brothers.
(c) A whore he won in a card game.
(d) A prostitute.
4. What does Fannie want from Sophie in regard to Minnie's happiness?
(a) Help to convince Frank to leave town without Minnie.
(b) For Sophie to forgive Frank.
(c) Help to convince Minnie to leave Frank.
(d) For Sophie to apologize to Minnie for her behavior.
5. What happens to Miss Leah's children after she is free?
(a) They are kidnapped and lynched.
(b) They all die from fever.
(c) They are killed by natives when they move out west.
(d) They die from illnesses on the way out west.
6. About a week after Frank's physical outburst, Act 2, Scene 2 opens up with everyone getting ready to go where?
(a) The train station.
(b) The Saturday market.
(c) A picnic.
7. Who seems the most upset at Frank for his violent behavior?
(b) Miss Leah.
(d) Wil Parrish.
8. What is Minnie and Frank's reaction when they see Sophie in the kitchen?
(a) Frank is happy for the opportunity to apologize to Sophie while Minnie smiles on.
(b) They clasp each other's hands in fear of what Sophie will say or do.
(c) Minnie is excited and runs to hug her while Frank waits.
(d) They are both nervously startled.
9. What does Wil offer Fannie as they talk on the porch?
(a) To buy them more land.
(b) To kill Frank.
(c) To share his land with Fannie and her sisters.
(d) To beat up Frank.
10. What does Miss Leah share with Minnie about James's feelings toward her children?
(a) James gives them some slack because he likes Miss Leah.
(b) James looks at Miss Leah's children as commodity.
(c) James feels awkard as the only mulatto in the family.
(d) James cannot shower them with enough attention.
11. What does Minnie reveal about Frank's current situation in Act 2, Scene 1?
(a) Frank is not getting work as a poet.
(b) Frank just found out his father is not his real father.
(c) His family has disowned him now that his father is dead.
(d) Frank owes money from gambling in London.
12. What hurts Sophie's feelings enough to stop her from advising Minnie?
(a) Fannie tells Sophie she is too harsh of a woman.
(b) Minnie tells Sophie she doesn't know what love is.
(c) Minnie tells Sophie she thinks she is so high and mighty when she is not.
(d) Miss Leah tells Sophie this is one time she should learn to shut her trap.
13. What is Sophie's mood before she encounters Frank in the yard?
(a) Disappointed in the town.
(c) Disappointed in herself.
14. What excuse does Minnie give to justify forgiveness for Frank's behavior?
(a) Minnie wants to go back to London.
(b) It is her own fault.
(c) Frank really loves and cares for her.
(d) Frank is going through hard times at the moment.
15. What plan does Miss Leah have for Frank?
(a) Buy the land back so he can leave.
(b) Shoot him.
(c) Let him sell Minnie's land and leave as long as Minnie stays.
(d) Poison him.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is Minnie most concerned about the day after Frank pushes her in front of her sisters?
2. What does Fannie entice Frank with to get him to stay and talk?
3. What does Miss Leah share about her past concerning her children?
4. Where is Frank as Minnie speaks with her sisters about what to do about Frank?
5. How does Sophie's speech go at church?
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