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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. Who is the second witness, who makes racist remarks as she complains about the parties, noise, and destructive behavior that took place in the apartment that Jack and Ellie rented from her?
(a) Inspector Wainwright.
(d) Mrs. Kimball.
2. What does this man urge black people to do?
(a) Be like the white man.
(b) Create their own communities.
(c) Move back to Africa.
(d) Be themselves.
3. What does Jack say he has not figured out?
(a) How to be a optimistic loser.
(b) His opponent's strengths and weaknesses.
(c) How to win in a way that will not get everybody angry at him.
(d) When the match will be.
4. About what are Goldie and Tick concerned?
(a) Jack's mood swings.
(b) Jack being so optimistic.
(c) Jack being able to beat Brady.
(d) Jack calling Ellie his fiance.
5. How does Jack greet Brady?
(a) With a glare.
(b) As a friend.
(c) As an enemy.
(d) He does not greet him.
Short Answer Questions
1. Why was Ellie in Australia?
2. Who is with Mrs. Jefferson?
3. How does the young man respond when Jack turns to him and asks what winning is going to do for him directly?
4. Who knocks on the door and enters?
5. How does a man in the crowd joke about Brady?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does this scene begin?
2. What is decided about the fight?
3. What is the final decision on Dixon's plan?
4. How does the audience react to this performance?
5. Why does Ellie ask Jack if he feels all right?
6. Describe the confrontation between Cameron and Ellie.
7. How does the reader know that Jack is worried about money?
8. How does the play begin?
9. What does he do with the telegram? Why does he do this?
10. How does Jack feel before the fight with the Polish boxer?
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