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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 is the night for the regulars at Harry Hope's saloon and bar?
(a) It is an unusual night.
(b) It is a regular routine night.
(c) It is a cloudless night.
(d) It is a scary, rainy night.
2. What is nearing completion later that night at the saloon?
(a) The new kitchen.
(b) Prepartions for a Mardi Gras party.
(c) The regulars' time together.
(d) Prepartions for Harry's birthday party.
3. What do the girls believe they are?
(b) Not prostitutes.
4. What excuse does Chuck give for the change in Hickey?
(a) He was sober.
(b) He broke up with his girlfriend.
(c) He is in a bad mood.
(d) He was in a fight.
5. What days does Joe recall?
(a) When he lived well off the proceeds of his successful gambling house.
(b) The days of his youth.
(c) When he was married to his high school sweetheart.
(d) When he first starting coming to the saloon.
Short Answer Questions
1. Of what was Larry once an active member?
2. Why does Larry leave this organization?
3. With whom is Parritt having a conversation?
4. What does Hickey know about everyone?
5. What does Rocky believe he does not have?
Short Essay Questions
1. After Larry toasts Hickey and hopes he finds some kind of peace, how does Parritt react?
2. Name two things discussed in Larry and Rocky's conversation.
3. What does Hickey do after he encourages the others to keep drinking?
4. What happens when Joe enters the bar?
5. What do Mosher and McGloin say about Harry?
6. What is done to prepare for the birthday party?
7. How do Mosher and McGloin almost end up in a fight?
8. How does Hickey believe he can repair the damage done to his relationship with the down-and-outers?
9. What does Joe recall about the days when he ran a successful gambling house?
10. What is Hickey's response to Harry comment after the toast? How does this change Harry?
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