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This test consists of 5 short answer questions and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Williams' lawyer urge Williams to do?
2. What are Savannahians most concerned with preserving?
3. Why are Savannah residents unhappy with the local art college?
4. In whose involvement of the case does Williams show more interest?
5. With whom does the narrator watch the parade?
Essay Topic 1
Many times throughout the story the author symbolically tells the reader that things are not always as they appear. Give examples of these instances and explain their significance to the story.
Essay Topic 2
From whose perspective is this story told? Why did the author choose this point of view? What does this perspective allow the author to do that he could not have done with any other? Explain.
Essay Topic 3
What role does alcohol play in the story? The author seems to think it is the core of most of the problems of Savannahians. Describe some situations involving alcohol which are considered quite ordinary in Savannah and would probably be frowned upon anywhere else.
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