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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. Why does Jim Weston jump up to fight Dave Carter in Act 1, Scene 1?
(a) His pride is hurt and he wants to fight to defend his honor.
(b) Dave Carter steps on his foot when he leaves the store.
(c) He think that Dave Carter is laughing at him.
(d) He is jealous and wants to fight for Daisy's love.
2. How does Joe Clarke respond to Deacon Simms' suggestion about the jail?
(a) He isn't sure, but agrees to bring it up at the next town meeting.
(b) He agrees and wants to hear more.
(c) He is offended and argues.
(d) He laughs because he thinks it must be a joke.
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. According to Sister Taylor, what is Joe Clarke trying to look like as he heads to the trial?
(a) Like a Puritan governor.
(b) Like a big-city lawyer.
(c) Like a brigadier general.
(d) Like a Supreme Court justice.
5. According to Sister Taylor, what will be the cause of the next trial?
(a) She will be on trial for beating other people's children.
(b) Deacon Lindsay will be on trial for beating a woman.
(c) Daisy will be on trial for causing all of the turmoil in town.
(d) She will be on trial for beating some of the Baptists.
Short Answer Questions
1. Where is the notice of Jim Weston's trial displayed?
2. According to Deacon Lindsay, what does Sister Taylor smell like?
3. Which of the following best describes the children's journey to the church?
4. What information does Sister Taylor share with Lum Boger in Act 1, Scene 2?
5. What does Sister Taylor do to end the argument with the sassy young girl?
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