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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. How do Father and Mother sometimes travel down the boardwalk in Atlantic City?
(a) They ride in a horse drawn hansom.
(b) They go on a trolley.
(c) They are pushed in wheeled, wicker chairs.
(d) They go on rollerskates.
2. Where does Harry K. Thaw go after his escape?
(b) To Evelyn's apartment.
(c) To New Rochelle.
3. What does the family learn about Coalhouse Walker, Jr.?
(a) That he has connections to the mob.
(b) That he is not the father of Sarah's baby.
(c) That he is an opera singer.
(d) That he is an accomplished pianist.
4. Where do the cars come from that are used in the attacks?
(a) Younger Brother rents them.
(b) Emma Goldman arranges for them.
(c) Communists loan them to Coalhouse.
(d) The boys steal them and return them undamaged.
5. Why do Coalhouse and his boys end up in the marble museum?
(a) The museum had more room.
(b) The boys scouted out the wrong building.
(c) The Morgan house was heavily guarded.
(d) The boys could not find Morgan's house.
Short Answer Questions
1. What lecture does Emma Goldman give Younger Brother?
2. What are the ages of Coalhouse's followers?
3. Who captures Mother's interest in Atlantic City?
4. Who were most of the mourners at Sarah's funeral?
5. What do the police discover as they go through the wreckage of the demolished building?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is the beginning of the trouble with Coalhouse Walker?
2. Why is Emma Goldman arrested after Coalhouse takes over the museum?
3. What becomes of Younger Brother?
4. How do the police learn about the history of Coalhouse Walker, Jr.?
5. When the police cannot find Coalhouse, what does Father do?
6. How have the fortunes of Tateh and The girl changed?
7. What happens on Houdini's tour of Europe?
8. What is Sarah's funeral like?
9. What does Younger Brother do that the family is completely unaware of?
10. Why does Father return alone to New York, leaving the family in Atlantic City.
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