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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Act 3.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. According to Reverend Childers, why is an ass bone close to a mule bone?
(a) Both are single-hoofed animals, so they must be in the same family.
(b) An ass is a mule's father, so the mule is related to the ass.
(c) They both have large ears, so they must be similar.
(d) The skeletons of the animals are basically the same.
2. Where have Jim Weston and Dave Carter been before they arrive at the store in Act 1, Scene 1?
(a) They have been playing music at a whites-only club.
(b) They have been working up North at a white-owned factory.
(c) They have been out working in the fields all day.
(d) They were at Daisy's house.
3. According to Sister Taylor, how ugly is Deacon Lindsay?
(a) He is so ugly that his wife puts a sheet over his head so sleep can sneak up on him.
(b) He is so ugly that he does not need a mask for Halloween.
(c) He is so ugly that children run away from him.
(d) He is so ugly that he scares the cows and their milk dries up.
4. To prove his love for Daisy, how much time would Jim Weston do on a chain gang?
(a) Twenty years.
(b) Fifty years.
(d) Forty years.
5. Which of the following best describes the children's journey to the church?
(a) The Methodist children go first, and the Baptist children follow.
(b) They all race the whole way there to see who will arrive first.
(c) Both the Baptist and the Methodist children are pushing and fighting to get there first.
(d) The Baptist children decide to go first, and the Methodist children follow.
Short Answer Questions
1. How does Daisy respond when Dave Carter asks if she loves him?
2. What Bible does Reverend Childers end up using?
3. What other forgotten item does Lum Boger bring back to the trial?
4. How does Jim Weston respond to the Baptists' actions when he enters the church?
5. How do the children react to Sister Taylor's reprimands?
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