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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 Minerva tell Williams?
(a) Danny forgives Williams for shooting him
(b) Williams has only five more years to live
(c) She needs more money to continue working for Williams
(d) Danny is trying to work against him
2. Why is the answer to #142 not invited to the event?
(a) There are already too many women on the guest list
(b) Fear that she will be an embarrassment
(c) She does not know how to dance
(d) She always drinks too much
3. Why does Minverva refuse to testify?
(a) She knows one of the jurors
(b) It is not a good day according to her tea leaves
(c) Her dead lover told her not to
(d) Danny told her not to
4. Who is the black woman Joe hires to give tours of the house?
5. How does the author describe Savannah?
(a) Closed off from the rest of the world
(b) The most romantic city in America
(c) A great city for artists
(d) Struggling with a crime problem
Short Answer Questions
1. What is the outcome of Williams' second trial?
2. What kind of weapon killed Danny Hansford?
3. What are Williams, his mother and sister doing as they wait for the jury's verdict?
4. What does Williams avoid admitting to himself?
5. Who is the nurse that Sonny Seiler calls to testify at the third trial?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why does Joe get in trouble for giving tours of the Hamilton-Turner House where he is residing?
2. What does Jim plan for his mother while he is incarcerated?
3. What is the outcome of Jim's second trial?
4. What news gradually supersedes Jim's murder case in Savannah?
5. How does Bobby Cook get Jim a new trial?
6. What seems to ease Mrs. Williams' mind about the rumors of Jim's homosexuality?
7. What is Joe's opinion about Jim's prospects?
8. What happens a few weeks after Jim's Christmas party?
9. What is the nature of the bad news facing Jim in Chapter 24?
10. What are the implications of homosexuality in Jim's trial?
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