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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. Where have Jim Weston and Dave Carter been before they arrive at the store in Act 1, Scene 1?
(a) They have been playing music at a whites-only club.
(b) They have been out working in the fields all day.
(c) They were at Daisy's house.
(d) They have been working up North at a white-owned factory.
2. Why does Joe Lindsay bring the mule bone to the store?
(a) He uses it to protect himself from stray dogs.
(b) He wants to return it to its rightful owner.
(c) He wants to show it to the other men.
(d) He believes it will bring him luck.
3. How do Sisters Taylor and Thomas respond to Reverend Childers' greeting?
(a) They give him polite, strained smiles but do not respond.
(b) They ignore him and continue with their conversation.
(c) They immediately begin to criticize his position concerning the trial.
(d) They glare at him and simply grunt in reply.
4. When the fighting children enter, what does Sister Taylor look for, and what does she intend to do with it?
(a) She looks for another adult to help back her up.
(b) She looks for an easy exit so she can get away from the children.
(c) She looks for a rock to throw at the children.
(d) She looks for a stick with which she can hit the children.
5. According to Sister Taylor, what will ruin a person's eyesight?
(a) Having one's eye teeth pulled out.
(b) Handling a mule bone.
(c) Gossiping about neighbors.
(d) Reading without enough light.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is Mary Ella's criticism about the Methodist Church?
2. Why does Sister Taylor doubt that the girl's mother will influence the girl?
3. How do the children react to Sister Taylor's reprimands?
4. How do Sisters Taylor and Thomas greet Joe Clarke when he arrives at the trial?
5. What do the men at the store begin to talk about after Jim Weston and Dave Carter arrive?
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