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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. Who is Sam?
(a) The Colonel's business partner.
(b) An elderly black man who is a personal assistant to the Colonel.
(c) An elderly white man who is the Colonel's neighbor.
(d) Another teacher at the school.
2. When and where does the play begin?
(a) On a fall afternoon in 1930s Georgia.
(b) On a fall morning in 1830s Georgia.
(c) On a spring afternoon in 1930 Virginia.
(d) On a spring morning in 1830s Virginia.
3. Who arrives as Sallie departs?
(a) Norwood's cousin George Talbot.
(b) Norwood's servant Sam.
(c) Norwood's friend Fred Higgins.
(d) Norwood's friend Henry Higgins.
4. What does Sam slyly inform the Colonel about Bert?
(a) Bert already took Sallie's luggage out the front door.
(b) Bert is moving back north.
(c) Bert has not yet arrived home.
(d) He has seen Bert using the front door.
5. What happens from the accident on, between the Colonel and Bert?
(a) Both of their personalities change.
(b) Sadness grows on both sides.
(c) Love grows on both sides.
(d) Resentment grows on both sides.
Short Answer Questions
1. What happens as Cora and William worry about Bert's place in society?
2. What does Sallie try to do for Bert?
3. What are these men doing as they visit?
4. After Higgins and Norwood leave, who enters again?
5. Who is Colonel Thomas Norwood?
Short Essay Questions
1. About what are Norwood and Cora discussing, regarding Sallie and Robert?
2. Why do things become violent between Norwood and Bert?
3. What do Cora, William, and Bert discuss?
4. Describe Sallie. What does she do when she enters the room?
5. How does Bert try to justify his position?
6. Why is Sam upset and scared?
7. What is Sam doing at the beginning of the scene?
8. What does Cora do after William leaves?
9. What does Norwood tell Bert, regarding his behavior compared to the others?
10. How does this guest send the Colonel over the edge, regarding Bert?
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