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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. What does the author reveal about Min in chapter 5 that was previously unknown?
(a) Min may behave timidly, but she is aware of what is going on with Jones.
(b) Min has been working in Mrs. Hedges's house of ill repute.
(c) Min wants to marry Jones.
(d) Min hates Jones.

2. Why does everyone stop to hear Lutie sing along with the jukebox?
(a) She sounds terrible.
(b) Her voice relays a message that the lyrics are unable to convey.
(c) She invites them over with her warm presence.
(d) She's singing their favorite song.

3. Which best describes Lutie's fears about Bub's and Lil's relationship?
(a) Lutie fears Bub will fall in love with Lil.
(b) Lutie fears Bub will develop a taste for the cigarettes and gin Lil gives him.
(c) Lutie fears Bub will not learn to smoke cigarettes properly.
(d) Lutie fears that Bub will cause her father and Lil to break up.

4. On her way up the steps to her apartment, who does Lutie see?
(a) Jones and Min.
(b) Boots.
(c) Bub and a few of his friends.
(d) Mary, one of Mrs. Hedges' girls, and a sailor.

5. What did the letter from Lutie's father say?
(a) "Dear Lutie: You better come home. Jim's found a job and there's no need for you to work so much anymore."
(b) "Dear Lutie: You better come home. Lil has passed away and I need your help."
(c) "Dear Lutie: You better come home. Jim's been carrying on with another woman. Pop."
(d) "Dear Lutie: You better come home. Bub's grades are suffering since you've been gone.

6. How does Lutie feel once arriving home from singing for the orchestra at The Casino?
(a) Angry.
(b) Triumphant.
(c) Lonely.
(d) Exhausted.

7. Why is Lutie so adamant about moving?
(a) She hates her neighborhood.
(b) Lutie has just received a raise and wants a bigger place.
(c) Bub has been accepted to a new school.
(d) Lutie wants to get Bub away from Lil who drinks and smokes.

8. After leaving the butcher shop, what does Lutie notice about the men who are watching the women carry their marketing bags?
(a) The men seem concerned about unemployment.
(b) The men seem unimpressed by the women's strength.
(c) The men seem eager to help the women with their burdens.
(d) The men seem carefree as they watch the women who have returned from work and still have responsibilities in their own homes.

9. How does Bub feel about the school lunches?
(a) The school lunches are always gone by the time he's ready to eat.
(b) He hates the school lunches.
(c) He loves the school lunches.
(d) The school lunches are too expensive.

10. Why does Lutie visit Junto's?
(a) To find a new husband.
(b) To escape her apartment.
(c) To gossip with the women.
(d) To hide from Bub.

11. What type of peace offering does Lutie offer Bub after slapping him?
(a) Lutie promises to buy Bub a new pair of shoes.
(b) Lutie scrapes together the money for him to go to a movie and sends him on his way.
(c) Lutie allows Bub to stay up past his bedtime.
(d) Lutie makes Bub a big dinner.

12. What does Lutie notice about the super as he writes out her receipt?
(a) She recognizes that he struggles with writing it.
(b) She recognizes that he has charged her too little.
(c) She recognizes that his hand is shaking terribly.
(d) She recognizes his many gray hairs.

13. How might the relationship between Mrs. Chandler and Lutie be described?
(a) Mrs. Chandler ignored Lutie in private and paid special attention to her in public.
(b) Mrs. Chandler behaved angrily in private and pretended to be nice to Lutie in public.
(c) Mrs. Chandler seemed to be Lutie's friend in private, but then publicly dismissed her to establish Lutie's status as the hired help.
(d) Mrs. Chandler's behavior did not differ privately or publicly.

14. Why hasn't Lutie divorced Jim?
(a) She does not believe in divorce.
(b) She can't afford it.
(c) She still loves him.
(d) She can't find the time to file the paperwork.

15. What saves Lutie from Boots' first exhibition of his sexual intentions?
(a) She begins crying frantically.
(b) She points out the time which reminds Boots he has someplace to be.
(c) She jumps out of the car screaming.
(d) A stranger walks up to the car and asks for a ride.

Short Answer Questions

1. What is Lutie's reaction to Boots' apparent attempts to charm her for a second time?

2. What does Boots invite Lutie to do?

3. What type of business does Mrs. Hedges run?

4. While washing her blouse and realizing Jones has been through her possessions, what is Lutie sure of?

5. What is Lutie determined to do when the interaction between Boots and the motorcycle policeman is over?

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