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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. How much does Val get paid weekly at the store?
2. What does Lady grab when Val tries to leave?
(a) His suitcase.
(b) His hand.
(c) His guitar.
(d) His jacket.
3. What does Carol say that this country used to be?
4. What does Sheriff Talbot ask to see of Val's?
(a) His wrists.
(b) His guitar.
(c) His jacket.
(d) His eyes.
5. Who does Lady say is coming to Val in Act 3 Scene 1?
6. What does Val tell lady he came back to tell her?
(a) He needs money.
(b) He loves her.
(c) He can't kill her.
(d) He wants to leave.
7. How does the nurse say the confectionery looks?
8. What does Vee say that Lady and Jabe have never darkened?
(a) A church door.
(b) A grave.
(c) A sunset.
(d) A wedding altar.
9. How much time passes between Act 1 and Act 2?
(a) Two months.
(b) A few weeks.
(c) One year.
(d) A few days.
10. What does Carol wear when she enters in Act 3 Scene 3?
(a) A black cloak.
(b) A sailor's cap.
(c) A cowboy hat.
(d) A witch's hat.
11. How many lives does Lady say was lost in the orchard fire?
12. How does Val say he used to think people got to know each other?
(a) By music.
(b) By smell.
(c) By touch.
(d) By talking.
13. Why does Lady say she must open the confectionery tonight?
(a) To laugh in the face of failure.
(b) To end her misery.
(c) To kill Jabe.
(d) To not be defeated.
14. What does the sign say that the Sheriff tells Val about?
(a) "Stop before you die."
(b) "Leave before you die."
(c) "Nigger, don't let the sun go down on you in this county."
(d) "Ku Klux Klan."
15. Who does Carol say she's come to deliver a message to in Act 2 Scene 1?
Short Answer Questions
1. Where does Val tell Lady that he stays?
2. Who says, "You've got to have--vision--to see!"?
3. What drug does Lady give to Jabe in Act 2?
4. What is Lady's last name?
5. What did Lady call about at 5pm in Act 3 Scene 3?
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