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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Whose faces are carved into the piano legs at Sutter's request?
(a) His children's faces.
(b) His slaves' faces.
(c) His and his wife's face.
(d) His parents' faces.
2. What sound is heard by the characters who attempt to move the piano?
3. What does Boy Willie tell Wining Boy that he wants to purchase?
(a) Sutter's land.
(b) A new piano.
(c) A new car.
(d) More fruit.
4. Which character admits to being on the run from the police?
(a) Boy Willie.
(b) Uncle Doaker.
5. Who tells Boy Willie the story of the way that Boy Charles was killed?
(c) Wining Boy.
Short Answer Questions
1. What instrument does Boy Willie hope to sell to make a bit of money?
2. What was Wining Boy's occupation while he was married?
3. In the aftermath of the theft, where was Lymon shot?
4. How much fruit does Boy Willie tell Avery he can take free of charge?
5. How much money does Wining Boy ask for as a loan from Doaker?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Avery begin his exorcism of Sutter's ghost?
2. What events have prompted Doaker to believe that Berniece should sell the piano as soon as possible?
3. What type of encounter does Boy Willie explain that he has had with the piano's potential buyer on his way home from Grace's?
4. What trade was made between the Charles and Sutter families at Ophelia's request?
5. Why won't Wining Boy play the piano when he is asked to?
6. Why does Berniece send Maretha to the store on the day that Boy Willie intends to remove the piano?
7. What does Boy Willie claim has happened to the man named Sutter?
8. What happens when Berniece threatens Boy Willie with the gun?
9. When Avery arrives with his Bible to begin the exorcism, what information does he give Doaker about the state of the new church?
10. How does Wining Boy say that ghosts have affected his life?
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