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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Who is known in the town as the biggest gossip?
(a) The baker.
(b) The Sheriff.
(c) The barber.
(d) The cobbler.
2. Who is the warrant of arrest for that the Sheriff brings?
3. What is Maude's last name?
4. Who is the first to awaken in Chapter 4?
5. What is the name of Riley's younger sister?
6. How does Jack Mill die a year after the tree rebellion?
(a) He hangs himself.
(b) He is shot.
(c) Freezing to death.
(d) Car accident.
7. What is the name of the child evangelist?
(a) Little Randy Rogers.
(b) Little Jackie Jonson.
(c) Little Homer Honey.
(d) Little Sammy Smith.
8. Who accompanies the Sheriff into the woods in Chapter 4?
(a) Willie Rogers.
(b) Harold Johnson.
(c) Jack Eason.
(d) Wil Harris.
9. What object is used for passing around money by the traveling evangelists?
(a) The Magic Hat.
(b) The Sacret Scarf.
(c) God's Washline.
(d) The Holy Bonnett.
10. Who is the Little Homer's brother, who is with the narrator in the tree in Chapter 6?
11. What does Little Homer take out of his hat in Chapter 6 while in the tree?
(a) A knife.
(b) A rope.
(c) A gun.
12. Who says, "Don't you know a joke?" in Chapter 4?
(a) The Judge.
13. Who tells Elizabeth and Maude that Catherine is arrested for hitting Mrs. Buster with a mason jar?
(a) Uriah Talbo.
(b) Gus Ham.
(c) Wilbur Johnson.
(d) Riley Henderson.
14. What do men refer to the barber as?
(b) Old sis.
(d) Rumor mill.
15. Where does the baker go to have a time-off beer in the town?
(a) Pete's Cafe.
(b) Phil's Cafe.
(c) Mildred's Tavern.
(d) Joe's Tavern.
Short Answer Questions
1. What color hair does Maude have?
2. What does Little Homer lower out of the tree in Chapter 6?
3. Who does the narrator find in the tree house when he returns after Catherine is taken away?
4. On what date does Chapter 5 begin?
5. Who says, "I'm feeling old, I want my sister"?
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