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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does Daisy suggest Jim Weston can do for a living after they get married?
(a) She suggests that he can become a waiter in Maitland.
(b) She suggests that he will make plenty of money as a guitar player.
(c) She suggests that he become a yard man and give up the guitar.
(d) She assures him that she will make enough to support them both.
2. What clue in their verbal competition for Daisy suggests that Dave Carter and Jim Weston have put aside their differences?
(a) Nothing; they continue to battle for Daisy's love.
(b) They talk about plans to continue playing their music.
(c) They put their arms around each other as they continue to banter.
(d) They both laugh when Dave Carter says he would do life in prison for Daisy.
3. According to Jim Weston, how much does he love Daisy?
(a) So much that he would eat a live scorpion for her.
(b) As much as God loves his best angel, Gabriel.
(c) So much that he is about to explode.
(d) As much as a mother bear loves her cub.
4. What evidence does Sister Taylor provide to prove that her husband is good to her?
(a) He listens to her when she has a problem.
(b) He brings home plenty of money.
(c) He is a good father to their children.
(d) He brings her flowers for no reason.
5. What does Sister Taylor suggest that Sister Lewis should do for her daughter?
(a) She should get her buck teeth fixed.
(b) She should get the sheriff to make one of her many boyfriends marry her.
(c) She should get her some new clothes so she does not have to wear sack cloth.
(d) She should teach her how to properly wash herself.
6. What problem do the Methodists have with the sermon that Reverend Childers preached on the day before the trial?
(a) They accuse him of trying the case before the actual trial.
(b) His ideas are not supported by the Bible's teachings.
(c) The sermon lasted far too long.
(d) The sermon was too sympathetic to Jim Weston's case.
7. Why does Daisy begin to cry when speaking to Jim Weston in Act 3?
(a) He gets angry and slaps her.
(b) He threatens to leave her alone in the dark.
(c) He says he does not love her and he never really loved her.
(d) He says a woman cannot be trusted.
8. What evidence does Dave Carter present to prove that he is as clean as everybody else?
(a) He lets Reverend Childers check for dirt behind his ears.
(b) He says he has had a bath that very day.
(c) He sniffs under his arm and declares himself clean.
(d) He says he goes swimming nearly every day.
9. According to Jim Weston, what kind of man does Daisy need?
(a) A man who does not mind being bossed.
(b) A man who does not mind working hard and getting up early.
(c) A man who will keep her in line.
(d) A man who does not mind being lied to.
10. Where does Daisy suggest she and Jim Weston live after they get married?
(a) In Maitland, at her employer's farm.
(b) It does not matter.
(c) In town, with her mother.
(d) In another state.
11. What does Jim Weston take with him as he leaves town?
(a) His guitar and jacket.
(b) His guitar and a handkerchief that Daisy made for him.
(c) A small suitcase and his guitar.
(d) His guitar and a picture of him and Dave Carter.
12. Why is Daisy in a hurry when Jim Weston runs into her?
(a) She only has a few free minutes and has to hurry back to work.
(b) She knows that her mother will be upset if she comes home late again.
(c) She is being pursued by a strange man.
(d) She has just left work and is coming to see how the trial turned out.
13. What is Jim Weston's sentence for his crime?
(a) Two years of exile from the town.
(b) Two years of hard labor.
(c) Community service.
(d) Two months imprisoned in the barn.
14. How does Jim Weston react when a person from the mob throws something at him?
(a) He runs away and hides on the other side of the tracks.
(b) He shakes his head sadly and walks away.
(c) He picks up a brick and hurls it back at the mob.
(d) He runs into the crowd looking for the person who threw the object.
15. Why does Jim Weston think that the "mess and stink" was all for nothing?
(a) He realizes that the town is consumed with religious zealotry.
(b) He has been kicked out of town, and now he has nothing left.
(c) He and Dave Carter both know that it was just a fight; he didn't mean to really hurt him
(d) He knows that he has nothing more to live for.
Short Answer Questions
1. How does Jim Weston react when Daisy puts her hand on his arm to comfort him?
2. What argument does Deacon Simms use to defend Jim Weston?
3. How does Deacon Simms suggest that they end the trial?
4. Where do Daisy and Jim Weston plan to go?
5. What will Jim Weston do to support himself and Daisy?
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