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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) An elderly black man who is a personal assistant to the Colonel.
(b) The Colonel's business partner.
(c) An elderly white man who is the Colonel's neighbor.
(d) Another teacher at the school.
2. What do Cora and William try to explain to Bert?
(a) Sallie has to leave to go to school.
(b) That Bert must go back north for school.
(c) Billie is too young to live with Bert.
(d) His behavior may end tragically for him and the rest of his family.
3. How does Bert react to their explanation?
(a) He agrees to move north.
(b) He understands their concerns.
(c) He dismisses their concerns.
(d) He resents them for their concerns.
4. What does Sam slyly inform the Colonel about Bert?
(a) Bert is moving back north.
(b) Bert has not yet arrived home.
(c) Bert already took Sallie's luggage out the front door.
(d) He has seen Bert using the front door.
5. How does Bert feel about his actions?
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Bert refuse to do when he hears the Colonel coming?
2. What does Bert once accidentally do when he is a young boy?
3. What is true about the relationship between the Colonel and Bert, up until this accident?
4. What will the Colonel not tolerate from a "darkie," especially his own child?
5. Where do Sally and Bert go when he pulls up outside?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does the Undertaker decide about Cora?
2. How does Bert try to justify his position?
3. What is happening outside? What does Bert do?
4. What will Norwood not tolerate? Of what does Norwood warn Bert?
5. What does Cora say in response to Bert?
6. How does Sallie leave? Who arrives as Sallie leaves? Who is this person, and why has he come?
7. What does Cora say to Bert, as they enter?
8. Who does Bert pass as he leaves?
9. What does the Undertaker do when Cora enters?
10. How does this scene open?
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