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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 does Mrs. Peters say Mrs. Wright had been worried about the night before when the weather turned?
(a) Her husband.
(b) Her cat.
(c) Her bird.
(d) Her fruit.
2. What is the name of Mrs. Hale's eldest son?
3. What does Mrs. Hale begin to arrange after the men exit upstairs?
(c) Dirty pans.
4. What time was it when Mr. Hale had stopped by the Wright home the previous day?
(a) Before 9 a.m.
(b) After 8 a.m.
(c) Before 12 p.m.
(d) After 4 p.m.
5. What is Mrs. Hale's sister's name?
Short Answer Questions
1. Sheriff Peters is described as being particularly genial with____________.
2. Mrs. Wright's shawl always hangs on what?
3. What word refers to lack of importance or consequence?
4. When talking with Mrs. Peters, Mrs. Hale claims, "If there had been years and years of -- nothing, then a bird to sing to you, it would be awful ____ after the bird was still."
5. Who does Mrs. Hale say "have their hands full" to Mr. Henderson?
Short Essay Questions
1. What leads Mr. Henderson to the conclusion that Mrs. Wright is a bad housekeeper?
2. What is discovered by Mrs. Peters in the stitching of Mrs. Wright's quilt?
3. When does Mrs. Hale ask Mrs. Peters her opinion on the guilt of Mrs. Wright? What is her reply?
4. How is the Wright property described in the narrative?
5. What does Mr. Hale respond when questioned about how Mrs. Wright appeared when he'd arrived the previous day?
6. How is Sheriff Peters described in the beginning of the narrative?
7. What comment is made regarding the kitchen before the men depart upstairs? Why is this significant?
8. When Mr. Hale questioned Mrs. Wright about her husband's murder, what did she inform him?
9. What does Mr. Hale describe when he knocked at the Wrights' door the previous day?
10. What does Mrs. Hale regard of Mrs. Wright's clothing in the narrative?
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