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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. According to Jim Weston, how much does he love Daisy?
(a) As much as a mother bear loves her cub.
(b) So much that he is about to explode.
(c) As much as God loves his best angel, Gabriel.
(d) So much that he would eat a live scorpion for her.
2. What evidence does Dave Carter present to prove that he is as clean as everybody else?
(a) He says he goes swimming nearly every day.
(b) He sniffs under his arm and declares himself clean.
(c) He says he has had a bath that very day.
(d) He lets Reverend Childers check for dirt behind his ears.
3. How does Lum Boger respond to the women's reactions when he comes back to quiet them?
(a) He grumbles under his breath and kicks their chairs.
(b) He meekly returns to his seat next to Jim Weston.
(c) He gets angry and begins to yell at them.
(d) He stands next to them and glares at them.
4. What does Reverend Childers present as evidence against Jim Weston in the trial?
(a) He uses the testimony of witnesses to prove that the beating was violent.
(b) He presents the biblical story of Sampson and the Philistines.
(c) He uses Jim Weston's own confession against him.
(d) He cites the rumor that Jim Weston has been stealing chickens.
5. What reason is given to support the idea of the Baptist minister leading the prayer before trial?
(a) The Baptists say better prayers that the Methodists.
(b) Joe Clarke is a Baptist, and he is acting as the judge.
(c) The Baptist minister has more formal education.
(d) The trial is in his church, so he should say the prayer.
Short Answer Questions
1. Why is the church bell rung?
2. Where do Daisy and Jim Weston plan to go?
3. What Bible does Reverend Childers end up using?
4. What does everyone believe has happened when the church bell begins to toll?
5. What does Daisy suggest Jim Weston can do for a living after they get married?
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