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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. How does the crowd react as Jack enters?
(a) They cheer.
(b) They boo.
(c) They are silent.
(d) They cry.
2. What are the people demanding from District Attorney Cameron?
(a) That he have Brady arrested.
(b) That he have Jack arrested.
(c) That he request a rematch.
(d) That he interrogate Jack.
3. What does Cameron promise?
(a) To not call the cops.
(b) Not to let the matter rest.
(c) Not to allow this man to speak to him again.
(d) To forget the man ever came.
4. What does Jack say will happen now that a match has been arranged for him?
(a) He is sure there will be no problems.
(b) He will move to the United States.
(c) He is sure he will make plenty of money.
(d) He knows some problems will occur.
5. What does Jack tell the crowd?
(a) He is sad that he lost the match.
(b) He is proud and happy to be making Chicago his new home.
(c) He is proud to win but sorry for his opponent.
(d) He is surprised to see them all.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who does Clara see out the window?
2. What does a Deacon tell Jack?
3. How does the crowd react as Brady arrives?
4. What is Cameron's response to this well-spoken black man?
5. As Tick shouts directions and questions, Jack shouts back comments and answers. Why does Jack stop?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Ellie do, as Jack softly sings a verse of a blues song?
2. What speeches do both Brady and Jack make before the fight?
3. What racist comments does the performer make?
4. How does Goldie respond when he sees Ellie?
5. How do Fred and Cap'n Dan react to Dixon's plan?
6. What does one reporter say about Brady being the White Hope?
7. Of what does Mrs. Bachman say people are afraid?
8. Describe the interaction between Jack and the Young Black German Man.
9. How does this scene begin?
10. What does Jack ask of Ellie at the beginning of the scene? What is her response?
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