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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 do the children react to Sister Taylor's reprimands?
(a) They quiet down, but continue with their fighting after she leaves.
(b) They say nothing, but look sheepish and wander away.
(c) They tease her and shake themselves at her.
(d) They apologize and head home.
2. How do Sisters Taylor and Thomas respond to Reverend Childers' greeting?
(a) They immediately begin to criticize his position concerning the trial.
(b) They glare at him and simply grunt in reply.
(c) They ignore him and continue with their conversation.
(d) They give him polite, strained smiles but do not respond.
3. What does Sister Taylor think of Mrs. Blunt's reaction to the trial and the associated gossip?
(a) She suggests that Mrs. Blunt does not care because she has not raised Daisy properly anyway.
(b) She suggests that Mrs. Blunt must be embarrassed by all of the attention.
(c) She suggests that Mrs. Blunt must be angry about Daisy's behavior.
(d) She suggests that Mrs. Blunt is a strong woman who will not let the trouble get to her.
4. Why is Joe Clarke so passionate about the town?
(a) It's the only place that he's ever lived.
(b) He was born and raised there.
(c) He needs the town to maintain a positive reputation so that he can sell his property for a profit.
(d) He put up the money to purchase and develop the land.
5. What complaint does Joe Clarke make about Lum Boger?
(a) He says he is disrespectful.
(b) He says he is lazy.
(c) He says he walks too slowly.
(d) He says he is "dumb as a stump."
Short Answer Questions
1. Which of the following best describes Sister Taylor's position about Daisy's involvement in the fight between Jim Weston and Dave Carter?
2. What does Sister Taylor suggest that changes Sister Jones' mind about testifying?
3. What instrument does Jim Weston play?
4. How do the sisters Taylor and Thomas treat Deacon Simms when he arrives?
5. What does Deacon Simms discuss after he moves beyond the subject of snakes?
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