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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. Where does Sister work?
(a) In the schoolhouse
(b) As a baker
(c) In the library
(d) In the hospital
2. Who does Philip question about why no one has ever tried to stop his destructive behavior?
(d) Mother Lovejoy
3. What is slowly happening to Philip's family as he continues to display anger and engage in violent outbursts?
(a) They are becoming weary
(b) They are becoming fitful
(c) They are becoming strong
(d) They are becoming more forgiving
4. What does John tell Paris is the one thing that kills a person's pride?
5. What does Philip say he will do if Mollie leaves him?
(a) He will take Paris away
(b) He will die
(c) He will come after John
(d) He will find her
Short Answer Questions
1. After John's proposal to Mollie, which character enters the home?
2. What does Mother Lovejoy notice has changed in Mollie now that Philip has returned?
3. What does Philip apologize to Paris about regarding his time away?
4. Where is Philip watching Mollie from on the night of his arrival?
5. What happens when Philip grabs Mollie in a fit of anger?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Paris react to Hattie's mention of the word "suicide" in the same sentence as his father's name?
2. What does John hope the story of the sailor will accomplish?
3. What is the point of tension about when Philip and John meet for the first time over dinner?
4. What does Paris confide in John about?
5. Describe the realization that has put Philip over the edge?
6. What is the first thing Philip wants Paris to do when he wakes up?
7. What does Mother Lovejoy offer to Paris now that his father has passed?
8. What is Paris's reaction to his father's idea of leaving?
9. Describe the nightmare that Paris has in the beginning of the play?
10. What is the primary reason why Philip wants to take Paris with him?
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