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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. How many brothers does Temple have?
2. Why do Gowan and Temple get stranded at the plantation?
(a) They have a car accident.
(b) They stop to ask for directions.
(c) They run out of gas.
(d) They have a flat tire.
3. Where does Benbow arrive in the afternoon?
(a) Narcissa's house.
(b) The plantation.
(c) The Baptist Church.
(d) The courthouse.
4. Who is the current beau of Benbow's sister?
(a) Gowan Stevens.
(b) James Hall.
(c) Charles Maslow.
(d) Martin Simpson.
5. What does the person in #31 tell Temple about Goodwin?
(a) He is a genius.
(b) He cannot be trusted.
(c) He would never bed a slut.
(d) He is a prince of a guy.
6. What is Stevens not willing to wait for?
(a) A car.
(b) Clean clothes.
(c) A gun.
7. About what topic do Benbow and his wife argue?
(a) She spends too much money.
(b) She wants to care for the entire world.
(c) She fired the cook.
(d) She wants to change religion.
8. In what state does the story in SANCTUARY begin?
9. Which of the men wants the others to let Temple alone?
10. What frustrates Benbow about Goodwin?
(a) He won't see him.
(b) He antagonizes the guards.
(c) He refuses to talk.
(d) He tells his cell mate too much.
11. What is the Coop?
(a) A moonshine still.
(b) A girls' dorm.
(c) A bar.
(d) A cafe.
12. Where does Temple attend college?
13. The local boys know where Gowan can find ____________.
14. The person in #31 is prejudiced against _________________.
(a) Jewish people.
(b) black people.
(c) retarded people.
(d) the upper class.
15. Who is the slow-witted man in the group?
Short Answer Questions
1. What kind of songs does the Negro prisoner sing?
2. Who does the sheriff take into custody?
3. What reason does Popeye give the cook for firing him?
4. Which of the following does Stevens NOT suffer as a result of the big fight?
5. What is it about Benbow that makes Popeye curious?
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