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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. How does Deacon Lindsay respond to Sister Taylor's and Sister Thomas' actions in Act 1, Scene 2?
(a) He laughs because he thinks they are behaving like children.
(b) He extends his hand and asks for a reconciliation.
(c) He gets angry and wants to know why they aren't speaking.
(d) He is offended and turns to leave.
2. How do the children react to Sister Taylor's reprimands?
(a) They say nothing, but look sheepish and wander away.
(b) They quiet down, but continue with their fighting after she leaves.
(c) They apologize and head home.
(d) They tease her and shake themselves at her.
3. Why does Daisy come to the store?
(a) She needs to pick up some items for her mother.
(b) She wants to show off her new dress for all of the men.
(c) She needs to buy some stamps.
(d) She wants to challenge the men to a high-stakes poker game.
4. Where is Deaconr Simms headed when he meets Sisters Taylor and Thomas?
(a) He is looking for Joe Clarke so the he can discuss the trial process.
(b) He is looking for the evidence that will free Jim Weston.
(c) He is headed to the Baptist church to prepare for the trial.
(d) He is going to speak to Jim Weston before the trial.
5. Why is Joe Clarke so passionate about the town?
(a) He needs the town to maintain a positive reputation so that he can sell his property for a profit.
(b) It's the only place that he's ever lived.
(c) He put up the money to purchase and develop the land.
(d) He was born and raised there.
Short Answer Questions
1. What explanation does Deacon Lindsay give to explain why he doesn't want to talk to Sister Taylor?
2. According to Deacon Lindsay, what does Sister Taylor smell like?
3. On what errand does Joe Clarke send Lum Boger?
4. What instrument does Jim Weston play?
5. Which of the following best describes Teets Miiller and Bootsie Pitts?
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