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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 has been done to the apartment when Jimmie arrives home from work?
(a) It has been tidied up.
(b) It has been completely trashed.
(c) It is beautiful and spotless.
(d) It is dirty and smelly.
2. When Pete and Maggie join Nellie and Freddie, where does Maggie sit?
(a) Between Pete and Nellie.
(b) Behind Nellie.
(c) Between Pete and Freddie.
(d) Between Nellie and Freddie.
3. What drink do Jimmie and his companion order?
4. What does the end of Chapter 13 say that Mudder goes through life doing?
(a) Screaming at the neighbors.
(b) Laughing at fate.
(c) Drinking the days away.
(d) Shedding tears.
5. When she thinks about Maggie begging to come home at some future date, what does Mudder do?
(a) Laugh gleefully.
(b) Smile vindictively.
(c) Weep mournfully.
(d) Wring her hands.
Short Answer Questions
1. When Maggie approaches Pete in the side street, what does he tell her to do?
2. How many daughters does the bespectacled, mocking police justice say that Mudder has a record of ruining?
3. When the old woman tells her tale in Chapter 10, what does she say that Maggie asks Pete?
4. To whom in the crowd does the "painted" girl throw her glances?
5. What is the first object thrown in the saloon fight?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is the state of the apartment when Jimmie arrives home in Chapter 10?
2. As the fight between Jimmie and his companion and Pete progresses, a beer glass is thrown. What happens next?
3. What are the true motives of the women surrounding Pete at the saloon in Chapter 18?
4. How do attitudes change toward the "painted" girl as she moves through the various districts of the city?
5. Why is Mudder raving when Jimmie finally comes home after his saloon fight?
6. When Jimmie and Mudder say Maggie has "gone teh deh devil", what do they mean?
7. How does Nellie manipulate Pete to get him to leave with her?
8. What is ironic about Mudders condemnation of Maggie's evil ways?
9. How does Pete rationalize his lack of guilt in the situation with Maggie?
10. How might Maggie's story be different if the stout gentleman she encounters in the suburbs stops to help her?
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