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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 are the people demanding from District Attorney Cameron?
(a) That he request a rematch.
(b) That he have Brady arrested.
(c) That he have Jack arrested.
(d) That he interrogate Jack.
2. Tick enters with the news that Jack has been fined and sentenced how much?
(a) $10,000 and two years in prison.
(b) $5,000 and one year in prison.
(c) $20,000 and three years in prison.
(d) $1,000 and six months in prison.
3. Why does Tick tell Ellie to stick around?
(a) She should see Jack in action.
(b) He finds Ellie attractive.
(c) Jack wants to show off for her.
(d) Jack is much happier when she's near.
4. What does Jack do when Clara clings to him?
(a) He hugs her.
(b) He yells at her.
(c) He cringes.
(d) He tries to get rid of her.
5. Dixon and five white men burst in and, after a scuffle, arrest Jack for what?
(a) Violating the Mann Act.
(b) Violating the Jim Crow laws.
(c) Violating the custody agreement.
(d) Violating his parole.
Short Answer Questions
1. Why does Ellie say that she will go along with anything?
2. How do Cap'n Dan and Fred respond to Brady's confession?
3. What do the marchers and black people begin to do?
4. What does Mrs. Jefferson promise Jack?
5. Whose power does this man believe black people should accept?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does the play begin?
2. Why do a group of rangers arrive?
3. What does Jack say, when he is finally allowed to speak?
4. How does Goldie respond when he sees Ellie?
5. What takes place when the protesters arrive?
6. What suggestion does Cap'n Dan give to convince Jack to take part in the fixed fight? How do the other men respond to this?
7. How is Brady convinced to fight this match?
8. What does Ellie do, as Jack softly sings a verse of a blues song?
9. Why are Pop Weaver, Cap'n Dan and Fred watching a film of a fighter?
10. How does the reader know that Jack is worried about money?
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