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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 Sister Taylor defend herself when Joe Lindsay chastises her for arguing in church?
(a) She says she is not the only one who is talking.
(b) She says he has no right to tell her what to do.
(c) She criticizes him for not feeding his horse.
(d) She criticizes him for beating his wife.
2. Which two characters are the first to speak in Act 2, Scene 1?
(a) Teets Miller and Bootsie Pitts
(b) Jim Weston and Joe Clarke
(c) Sister Lucy Taylor and Sister Thomas
(d) Sister Jane Babler and Sister James
3. How do the men in front of the store react to Deacon Simms' arrival?
(a) They quickly hide their games and their winnings.
(b) They begin to harass and verbally assault him.
(c) They try to ignore him, hoping that he will go away.
(d) They welcome him to join their poker game.
4. What reason is given to support the idea of the Methodist minister leading the prayer?
(a) The Methodists say better prayers than the Baptists.
(b) The Baptists started the trouble, so they have no business leading a prayer.
(c) The Methodist minister has more formal education.
(d) Dave Carter is a Methodist, so his preacher should say the prayer.
5. Why is the church bell rung?
(a) Lum Boger rings the bell to signal the beginning of the trial.
(b) It was an accident; someone fell and grabbed the rope.
(c) Hambo rings the bell as a way of ushering Jim Weston out of town.
(d) Deacon Simms rings the bell to draw attention to his client's case.
Short Answer Questions
1. Why do some women challenge Joe Clarke's involvement in Jim Weston's trial?
2. According to Sister Taylor, how ugly is Deacon Lindsay?
3. How do the men at the store react to the arrival of Teets Miller and Bootsie Pitts?
4. How do Sisters Taylor and Thomas greet Joe Clarke when he arrives at the trial?
5. Where is Deaconr Simms headed when he meets Sisters Taylor and Thomas?
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