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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapters 25-30.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Why does Celia Foote refuse to tell her husband she has hired a maid in chapter 3?
(a) She does not want him to know she is afraid to be alone.
(b) She wants him to think she can care for him and the house herself.
(c) She is afraid he will not like having a black maid in the house.
(d) She is afriad he will not like the money she is spending on the maid.
2. Who does Skeeter reveal she paid twenty-five dollars each to put the thirty plus toilets on Hilly's front lawn?
(a) Aibileen's cousin and nephew.
(b) Stuart and her brother.
(c) Her own brother and a friend.
(d) Pascagoula's brothers.
3. What does Hilly announce at the League meeting in chapter 26 that officially cuts Skeeter out of her final tenuous attachment to Jackson social society?
(a) Hilly will take over as editor of the newsletter.
(b) Hilly has thrown Skeeter out of the League.
(c) Hilly has decided to disban the Jackson League.
(d) Hilly has voted to end the newsletter.
4. With whom does Skeeter have a date in chapter 9?
(a) Stuart Farnsworth.
(b) Johnny Foote.
(c) William Holbrook.
(d) Stuart Whitworth.
5. Why does Hilly claim that blacks and white should never attend the same school together in chapter 14?
(a) The blacks would harm the whites.
(b) Blacks are not smart enough to keep up with whites.
(c) The risk of the transmission of disease.
(d) They are too different.
Short Answer Questions
1. In chapter 15, who accuses Aibileen of not teaching Mae Mobley manners?
2. What deadline is Skeeter originally given for her book in chapter 12?
3. Who, in chapter 16, approaches Aibileen at a Community Concerns Meeting at her church about Skeeter's book?
4. What instrument does Celia Foote use to protect Minny from a crazy, naked man in chapter 24?
5. When does Skeeter mail the manuscript to Harper and Row?
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