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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does Daisy say to Jim Weston in Act 3 that changes his mood?
(a) She has found another man and is going to live with him in the North.
(b) She has come to town to find out about the trial.
(c) She wants him to come live with her and her mother.
(d) On the night of the fight, she had come to town to see him.
2. What reason is given to support the idea of the Methodist minister leading the prayer?
(a) Dave Carter is a Methodist, so his preacher should say the prayer.
(b) The Methodist minister has more formal education.
(c) The Baptists started the trouble, so they have no business leading a prayer.
(d) The Methodists say better prayers than the Baptists.
3. How does Joe Clarke try to quiet the crowd when he enters the church?
(a) He sends Lum Boger in to quiet everyone.
(b) He rings the church bell in order to get their attention.
(c) He frowns at the crowd.
(d) He yells at them to be quiet.
4. Where does Dave Carter suggest that Jim Weston should go at the end of Act 3?
(a) Follow the train tracks into Georgia.
(b) Follow Daisy.
(c) To Maitland.
(d) Back to town.
5. According to Jim Weston, what kind of man does Daisy need?
(a) A man who does not mind being lied to.
(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 bossed.
Short Answer Questions
1. What reason is given to support the idea of the Baptist minister leading the prayer before trial?
2. What order does Joe Clarke give to the people at the trial before they leave the church?
3. Why does Dave Carter insist that no one in town has any right to determine Jim Weston's punishment?
4. According to the characters at the beginning of Act 2, Scene 2, how are Reverend Childers and Deacon Simms different?
5. What does Reverend Childers present as evidence against Jim Weston in the trial?
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