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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Act 1.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Where has Daisy been before her return to town?
(a) No one knows where she has been.
(b) She was in the North working for a white family.
(c) She was in prison for a suspicious accident.
(d) She was away at college.
2. Where have Jim Weston and Dave Carter been before they arrive at the store in Act 1, Scene 1?
(a) They have been working up North at a white-owned factory.
(b) They have been out working in the fields all day.
(c) They were at Daisy's house.
(d) They have been playing music at a whites-only club.
3. According to Mrs. Roberts, why should the store owner give her some meat?
(a) He gave meat to her neighbor, so it is only fair that he do the same for her.
(b) Her husband doesn't provide enough for her and her children.
(c) He owes her money for some eggs that she traded.
(d) Their religion requires that he take care of the poor.
4. What does Deacon Simms discuss after he moves beyond the subject of snakes?
(a) He begins to gossip about Daisy Blunt.
(b) He wants to talk about making improvements to the town's school.
(c) He begins to preach about changes that the town needs.
(d) He wants to know what the men think about Mrs. Roberts.
5. Why does Dave Carter strike back at Jim Weston?
(a) Jim Weston breaks his nose.
(b) Jim Weston makes a rude comment about Dave Carter's mother.
(c) Jim Weston causes Dave Carter to spill red soda all over his shirt.
(d) Jim Weston accidentally hits Daisy when he swings at Dave.Carter.
Short Answer Questions
1. How do the men at the store react to Mrs. Roberts' plight?
2. What complaint does Deacon Simms have about snakes?
3. How does Joe Clarke respond to Deacon Simms' suggestion about the jail?
4. What are Joe Clarke and Deacon Simms doing when Jim Weston and Dave Carter arrive at the store?
5. How do the men at the store react to Daisy's arrival?
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