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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Act 3.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. How does Daisy respond to Jim's anger over her visit with Dave Carter?
(a) She apologizes and begs for his forgiveness.
(b) She turns on her heel and walks away.
(c) She begins to cry and says she was just being nice.
(d) She gets angry and yells at him.
2. Which of the following best describes the exchange between Sister Taylor and Deacon Lindsay?
(a) Their exchange leads to improved relations between both sides.
(b) They criticize each other and threaten to fight.
(c) They say little, but they exchange vicious glances.
(d) They playfully tease each other.
3. How do the sisters Taylor and Thomas treat Deacon Simms when he arrives?
(a) They ask to pray with him for a peaceful resolution to the trial.
(b) They criticize him and verbally harrass him.
(c) They ignore him and continue their own conversation.
(d) They are supportive and wish him luck.
4. What clue in their verbal competition for Daisy suggests that Dave Carter and Jim Weston have put aside their differences?
(a) They talk about plans to continue playing their music.
(b) They put their arms around each other as they continue to banter.
(c) Nothing; they continue to battle for Daisy's love.
(d) They both laugh when Dave Carter says he would do life in prison for Daisy.
5. Where is Jim Weston held until his trial?
(a) In Joe Clarke's barn.
(b) Under house arrest.
(c) In the store's cellar.
(d) In the church basement.
Short Answer Questions
1. Why does Jim Weston pull Daisy down to sit on the tracks with him?
2. What information does Sister Taylor share with Lum Boger in Act 1, Scene 2?
3. Which of the following best describes Sister Taylor's position about Daisy's involvement in the fight between Jim Weston and Dave Carter?
4. What part of Joe Clarke's appearance does Sister Thomas criticize?
5. To prove his love for Daisy, how much time would Jim Weston do on a chain gang?
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