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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. Describe the relationship between the Methodists and the Baptists in town.
(a) They are beginning to learn how to accept one another.
(b) They work together to fight corruption.
(c) They are friendly toward one another.
(d) They do not agree on many ideas and do not get along.
2. Where is Jim Weston held until his trial?
(a) In Joe Clarke's barn.
(b) Under house arrest.
(c) In the church basement.
(d) In the store's cellar.
3. Why is Joe Clarke so passionate about the town?
(a) It's the only place that he's ever lived.
(b) He needs the town to maintain a positive reputation so that he can sell his property for a profit.
(c) He put up the money to purchase and develop the land.
(d) He was born and raised there.
4. Why does Dave Carter strike back at Jim Weston?
(a) Jim Weston breaks his nose.
(b) Jim Weston causes Dave Carter to spill red soda all over his shirt.
(c) Jim Weston accidentally hits Daisy when he swings at Dave.Carter.
(d) Jim Weston makes a rude comment about Dave Carter's mother.
5. What explanation does Sister Thomas offer to explain Joe Clarke's decisions regarding the trial?
(a) She says Joe Clarke is using the trial to challenge Deacon Simms.
(b) She says he sees it as his responsibility as mayor.
(c) She says he knows that no one else will step up to take the leadership role.
(d) She says Joe Clarke resents Jim Weston and is looking for an excuse to get him out of town.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Joe Clarke realize that he needs to get from the lodge room before he goes to the trial?
2. According to Mrs. Roberts, why should the store owner give her some meat?
3. According to Sister Taylor, what will ruin a person's eyesight?
4. Which of the following best describes Teets Miiller and Bootsie Pitts?
5. What does Sister Taylor think of Mrs. Blunt's reaction to the trial and the associated gossip?
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