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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. What does the trio do with the balance of the money?
(a) Buys new clothes.
(b) Puts gas in the car.
(c) Goes to a movie.
(d) Get a hotel room.
2. What do Sister Bessie and Dude do after they get out of bed?
(a) Buy some cake for the family.
(b) Go to a hotel in Augusta.
(c) Go to Sister Bessie's house.
(d) Go for a ride in the new car.
3. Who else is looking at Grandma Lester in Chapter 18?
(a) Sister Bessie.
4. What are Dude's thoughts as he drives away from the farm?
(a) He wants to drive as far away as possible.
(b) It is good riddance to bad rubbish.
(c) He might like to plant a crop there someday.
(d) He doesn't know what he'll do without his parents.
5. What does Jeeter think about as he sits on the porch in Chapter 13?
(a) Becoming a preacher.
(b) Leaving Ada.
(c) Moving to Augusta.
(d) Planting his fields.
Short Answer Questions
1. Why can Jeeter not buy any seed to plant?
2. Who cannot be found at bedtime at the Lester house?
3. Who checks to see if Grandma Lester can get up?
4. Whose house is engulfed in flames?
5. From what town have Sister Bessie and Dude just returned?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is the irony of Jeeter's work resulting in his death?
2. How does the author show that Jeeter's priorities are really skewed?
3. Why has Pearl left Lov and what solution does Jeeter offer?
4. What do Sister Bessie and Dude do after they get their marriage license?
5. How do Ada and Jeeter react to Grandma Lester being hit by the car?
6. How does Sister Bessie behave promiscuously in the hotel?
7. How is Jeeter inspired to do something positive on the farm regarding the fields?
8. What does Jeeter do when Sister Bessie and Dude attempt to consummate their marriage?
9. How is Dude exhibiting some of Jeeter's lack of morals and integrity?
10. How does the situation regarding Grandma Lester show Jeeter's complete disregard for his family?
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