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This test consists of 5 short answer questions and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. What old friends have a conversation after the prayer meeting?
2. Drummond's first witness is not allowed to teach what to the courtroom?
3. Whose testimony does Cates interrupt?
4. After the prayer meeting, what does Drummond suggest Brady has done?
5. What does Drummond suggest about Brady and how he lives his life?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
When Brady comes to town, he does so with fanfare and promises. Analyze the following promises he made to people and whether or not he delivered.
Part 1) What does Brady promise Davenport? What does he promise the people of Hillsboro?
Part 2) Is it important for Brady to hold up his word? Why or why not? Cite examples from the text.
Part 3) When Brady does not hold up his word or fails at his promised outcome, how does this affect him? Why?
Essay Topic 2
When Drummond is appointed "temporary Honorary Colonel" by the Mayor, Drummond is shocked to hear that his title will be permanent when the "right forms are signed". Drummond is troubled by this as he, like Brady, did not serve time in the military. Analyze why the Mayor's power to bestow this undeserved honor is significant to the story.
Essay Topic 3
Cates is on trial for breaking a law; teaching Darwinism in his classroom. In court, Drummond makes Cates' case about something different altogether.
Part 1) What does Drummond make Cates' case about?
Part 2) How does this angle change the outcome of the case?
Part 3) If Drummond had not changed the angle, do you believe Cates would have gone to jail? Why or why not?
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