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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Act 2, Scene 2.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. How does Joe Clarke try to quiet the crowd when he enters the church?
(a) He frowns at the crowd.
(b) He yells at them to be quiet.
(c) He rings the church bell in order to get their attention.
(d) He sends Lum Boger in to quiet everyone.
2. According to Sister Taylor, how ugly is Deacon Lindsay?
(a) He is so ugly that children run away from him.
(b) He is so ugly that his wife puts a sheet over his head so sleep can sneak up on him.
(c) He is so ugly that he does not need a mask for Halloween.
(d) He is so ugly that he scares the cows and their milk dries up.
3. Why does Jim Weston jump up to fight Dave Carter in Act 1, Scene 1?
(a) His pride is hurt and he wants to fight to defend his honor.
(b) He is jealous and wants to fight for Daisy's love.
(c) Dave Carter steps on his foot when he leaves the store.
(d) He think that Dave Carter is laughing at him.
4. Where has Daisy been before her return to town?
(a) She was in prison for a suspicious accident.
(b) She was away at college.
(c) No one knows where she has been.
(d) She was in the North working for a white family.
5. According to Sister Taylor, what will be the cause of the next trial?
(a) She will be on trial for beating some of the Baptists.
(b) Daisy will be on trial for causing all of the turmoil in town.
(c) She will be on trial for beating other people's children.
(d) Deacon Lindsay will be on trial for beating a woman.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Dave Carter do while Jim Weston plays music?
2. What does Sister Pitt suggest they must do before the trial begins?
3. According to Sister Taylor, what will ruin a person's eyesight?
4. Which of the following best describes Sister Taylor's position about Daisy's involvement in the fight between Jim Weston and Dave Carter?
5. What evidence does Sister Hambo provide to prove that she is telling the truth?
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