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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 theme does Tralala's character introduce into the book?
(a) The sexuality of women.
(b) The dangers of repressing one's true feelings.
(c) That innocence can be found in anyone.
(d) Anger of a woman.
2. Who does Lucy wish that her children would stop playing with?
(a) The Mexican children.
(b) The Hispanic children.
(c) The Irish children.
(d) The Black children.
3. What other memories haunt Ada?
(a) Her son's death by another person.
(b) The car accident that killed her husband.
(c) Her family's fight for control over her life.
(d) Playing with her son Ira who died in WWII.
4. Is Mike able to provide for his family?
(a) Yes, he gets unemployment.
(b) No, he refuses to help her out.
(c) No, his wife must provide for his family.
(d) Yes, but only when he works.
5. What is a coda?
(a) A villian.
(b) A special section of a song.
(c) An ending or conclusion.
(d) A climax.
Short Answer Questions
1. During the strike, what will the union members receive every week?
2. While the other men are out on the picket line, what is Harry doing?
3. Tralala thinks she will get paid a lot of money because ________________.
4. Who would Abe like to have a sexual relationship with?
5. What is the name of the manager at the steel mill?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why is Harry excited for the upcoming strike?
2. When Harry sees his son in the bath, what does he do?
3. Why does Mike insist on making his wife's life very difficult?
4. When Abe goes to the barber shop, what does he like to gloat about?
5. What is Harry's job occupation?
6. How does Harry pay for his actions?
7. What is Tralala unable to show to the sailor, Doggie?
8. What does Lucy fear about her children playing in the laundromat?
9. When Harry no longer has an outlet for his repressed sexual feelings, what does he do?
10. What does Harry buy with a lot of the money?
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