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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Act 2, Scene 1.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. From which mule did the bone originally come?
(a) The mule that escaped from Will Cody's pasture.
(b) Matt Brazzle's mean mule.
(c) Lum Boger's old mule.
(d) No one knows.
2. What explanation does Sister Thomas offer to explain Joe Clarke's decisions regarding the trial?
(a) She says Joe Clarke resents Jim Weston and is looking for an excuse to get him out of town.
(b) She says Joe Clarke is using the trial to challenge Deacon Simms.
(c) She says he knows that no one else will step up to take the leadership role.
(d) She says he sees it as his responsibility as mayor.
3. Where did Joe Lindsay find the mule bone?
(a) He always carries it with him when he walks to town in order to fight off stray dogs.
(b) It is his good luck charm, so he never leaves home without it.
(c) He says he found it behind the store.
(d) He says he found it while he was hunting.
4. According to Sister Taylor, how ugly is Deacon Lindsay?
(a) He is so ugly that he does not need a mask for Halloween.
(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 scares the cows and their milk dries up.
(d) He is so ugly that children run away from him.
5. Which of the following best describes the exchange between Sister Taylor and Deacon Lindsay?
(a) They playfully tease each other.
(b) They say little, but they exchange vicious glances.
(c) They criticize each other and threaten to fight.
(d) Their exchange leads to improved relations between both sides.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Sister Taylor call the Baptist children?
2. Why does Daisy come to the store?
3. According to Deacon Simms, what kind of day is it in Act 1, Scene 2?
4. How has Daisy's return to town affected Jim Weston and Dave Carter?
5. Why does Daisy return to the store in Act 1, Scene 1?
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