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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 couple has gotten divorced after forty-two years of marraige in Part 1, Chapter 2?
(a) The Doxes.
(b) The Bordons.
(c) The Merriweathers.
(d) The Andersons.
2. Who is described in Part 3, Chapter 8 as "the political symbol of everything [Jean Louise's] father and men like him despised"?
(a) Reverend James Edward Moorehead.
(b) Sidney Lanier.
(c) William Willoughby.
(d) Herbert Jemson.
3. Who dons a sheet and pretends to be the Holy Ghost in Part 2, Chapter 5?
(c) Jean Louise.
4. How old is Jean Louise in Go Set a Watchman?
5. Who pretends to be a preacher in the flashback in Part 2, Chapter 5?
(d) Jean Louise.
Short Answer Questions
1. Where does Jean Louise get out to stretch her legs during her journey in Part 1, Chapter 1?
2. Who is the minister at Jean Louise's family's church?
3. From what Bible passage is the phrase "Go set a watchman" derived?
4. Where was Henry when his face became scarred?
5. What does Jean Louise say would become of her if she lived in Maycomb in Part 2, Chapter 5?
Short Essay Questions
1. What indication does Jean Louise give that she will in fact marry Henry in Part 2, Chapter 5?
2. What does Henry reveal about Atticus’s health in Part 1, Chapter 1?
3. How is the theme of trust illustrated in Part 3, Chapter 6?
4. How does Henry describe his perceptions of his relationship with Jean Louise in Part 2, Chapter 4? How does Jean Louise respond?
5. How is the setting of Maycomb, Alabama described in Part 2, Chapter 4?
6. How would you describe Atticus Finch in Go Set a Watchman? How does Jean Louise perceive her father in the beginning of the novel?
7. Who is Mr. O’Hanlon? What is revealed of his character in Part 3, Chapter 8?
8. What is said regarding a Supreme Court case in Part 1, Chapter 2?
9. What causes the game of “Revival” to be broken up in the flashback in Part 2, Chapter 5?
10. How is Mr. Willoughby’s character described? What are Jean Louise’s perceptions of Mr. Willoughby?
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