Mid-Book Test - Medium
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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. About what is the performer's song?
(a) What it takes to be a "coon."
(b) A "coon" wishing he was white.
(c) He wishes he were a "coon."
(d) Whether Jack is a "coon."
2. What is Cameron's response to this well-spoken black man?
(a) He is crazy.
(b) He has a good point.
(c) He is wrong.
(d) He is just like Jack.
3. What do the men say a good White Hope could do?
(a) Make Jack more popular.
(b) Destroy Jack.
(c) Cause racial tension.
(d) Resolve the situation.
4. Dixon and five white men burst in and, after a scuffle, arrest Jack for what?
(a) Violating the Jim Crow laws.
(b) Violating the custody agreement.
(c) Violating his parole.
(d) Violating the Mann Act.
5. Why was Ellie in Australia?
(a) To marry Jack.
(b) To visit family.
(c) To get a divorce.
(d) To meet her husband.
Short Answer Questions
1. How much prison time does Cameron tell Jack he could face?
2. Tick enters with the news that Jack has been fined and sentenced how much?
3. A moment later a crowd of marchers enters, doing what?
4. About what are Goldie and Tick concerned?
5. What does this man say about those black people who want success on white men's terms?
Short Essay Questions
1. What decision is made between Cameron and Dixon?
2. How does this scene open?
3. What is taking place outside the arena in Reno?
4. Why are Jack, Ellie, and Goldie in a diplomatic office in London, England?
5. What does one reporter say about Brady being the White Hope?
6. How does Mrs. Bachman end her monologue?
7. What does Goldie think about Jack dating Ellie?
8. How does Jack respond when Smitty asks him if he is being so stubborn because he wants to keep the champion title a little longer?
9. How does the reader know that Jack is worried about money?
10. What is a complaint by one of the witnesses?
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