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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 many customers are in the saloon while Pete polishes the beer glass?
2. As he refuses to take Pete's money, what does the waiter call Pete?
(a) An idiot.
(b) A womanizer.
(c) A fool.
(d) A benefactor.
3. How long is Freddie silent after Pete and Nellie leave?
(a) Twenty minutes.
(b) Half an hour.
(c) Five minutes.
(d) An hour.
4. Which friend of Pete's is among the women in the saloon with him?
5. What is the name of the companion who enters the saloon with Jimmie?
Short Answer Questions
1. Who does Jimmie meet when he comes home late from work at the beginning of Chapter 10?
2. To whom in the crowd does the "painted" girl throw her glances?
3. What is Pete doing as he polishes the beer glass behind the bar?
4. Where does Jimmie hide after the saloon fight to avoid being caught?
5. To whom does Mother proclaim her grief, saying, "May Gawd forgive dat girl"?
Short Essay Questions
1. When Jimmie and Mudder say Maggie has "gone teh deh devil", what do they mean?
2. Why is Mudder raving when Jimmie finally comes home after his saloon fight?
3. What are the true motives of the women surrounding Pete at the saloon in Chapter 18?
4. What is Maggie's reaction to the "painted" women she passes on her way out of the hall? Why does she react this way?
5. What does Jimmie do when the policeman arrives to break up the saloon fight?
6. Compare the attitude of the Rum Alley tenement crowd toward Maggie with the attitude Maggie had toward the "painted" women in Chapter 12.
7. What is the state of the apartment when Jimmie arrives home in Chapter 10?
8. How might Maggie's story be different if the stout gentleman she encounters in the suburbs stops to help her?
9. How does Pete rationalize his lack of guilt in the situation with Maggie?
10. What are the women in the dark hallway saying as Jimmie passes them on his way out to find Pete?
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