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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Act 3.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What other forgotten item does Lum Boger bring back to the trial?
(a) The legal documents.
(b) The mule bone.
(c) The defendant.
(d) The Bible.
2. Why does Jim Weston begin to play music?
(a) It is the only way he can express his love for Daisy.
(b) Daisy asks him to play for her.
(c) When he is nervous, he plays music.
(d) One of the men at the store requests a song.
3. What draws Joe Clarke's attention to Jim Weston and Dave Carter's fight?
(a) Their yelling at each other.
(b) The noise of the crowd.
(c) Daisy runs into the store to get Joe Clarke when the men begin to fight.
(d) Deacon Simms runs in to get Joe Clarke when the men begin to fight.
4. Hambo accuses Deacon Simms of telling what lie?
(a) That Dave Carter stepped on Jim Weston's foot on purpose, but it was an accident.
(b) That Dave Carter has another girlfriend in another town, but it is untrue.
(c) That Jim Weston's father was run out of town, but he was lynched by white people.
(d) That Joe Clarke sells stale bread, and Hambo defends him.
5. What does Deacon Simms say he will use as his legal reference during the trial?
(a) He says he will use the law books that he borrowed from the library.
(b) He says he will use the Bible, from beginning to end.
(c) He says he will use the evidence and let that speak for itself.
(d) He says he will use his own legal knowledge and experience.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Daisy say to Jim Weston in Act 3 that changes his mood?
2. Why does Joe Lindsay bring the mule bone to the store?
3. How does Jim Weston respond to the Baptists' actions when he enters the church?
4. Where does Jim Weston plan to go when he gets up to leave after sitting on the railroad tracks?
5. Why does Dave Carter insist that no one in town has any right to determine Jim Weston's punishment?
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