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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Act 3.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Why does Daisy begin to cry when speaking to Jim Weston in Act 3?
(a) He gets angry and slaps her.
(b) He says a woman cannot be trusted.
(c) He threatens to leave her alone in the dark.
(d) He says he does not love her and he never really loved her.
2. What name does Sister Taylor call the girl who sasses back at her?
(a) A "limb of Satan."
(b) A "little heifer."
(c) A "truck o' trouble."
(d) A "Satan's chile."
3. How does Lum Boger respond to the women's reactions when he comes back to quiet them?
(a) He stands next to them and glares at them.
(b) He grumbles under his breath and kicks their chairs.
(c) He gets angry and begins to yell at them.
(d) He meekly returns to his seat next to Jim Weston.
4. What explanation does Sister Thomas offer to explain Joe Clarke's decisions regarding the trial?
(a) She says he sees it as his responsibility as mayor.
(b) She says he knows that no one else will step up to take the leadership role.
(c) She says Joe Clarke resents Jim Weston and is looking for an excuse to get him out of town.
(d) She says Joe Clarke is using the trial to challenge Deacon Simms.
5. Where is Deaconr Simms headed when he meets Sisters Taylor and Thomas?
(a) He is looking for Joe Clarke so the he can discuss the trial process.
(b) He is going to speak to Jim Weston before the trial.
(c) He is looking for the evidence that will free Jim Weston.
(d) He is headed to the Baptist church to prepare for the trial.
Short Answer Questions
1. Where does Jim Weston plan to go when he gets up to leave after sitting on the railroad tracks?
2. How do Sisters Taylor and Thomas greet Joe Clarke when he arrives at the trial?
3. According to Jim Weston, what kind of man does Daisy need?
4. How do Jim Weston and Dave Carter react to Daisy's return?
5. Where has Daisy been before her return to town?
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