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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 are the first names of Misses Tutti and Frutti?
(a) June and Mary.
(b) Anne and Alva.
(c) Sarah and Frances.
(d) Wilma and Betty.
2. Who "told Aunt Alexandra in Jem’s presence (“Oh foot, he’s old enough to listen.”) that Mr. Ewell said it made one down and about two more to go" in Chapter 25?
(a) Ruth Jones.
(b) Emily Davis.
(c) Mayella Ewell.
(d) Miss Stephanie Crawford.
3. What does Dill say the children were playing in front of Tom Robinson's residence when Atticus arrived in Chapter 25?
4. Jem is in what grade in school in the beginning of Chapter 26?
(a) Fourth grade.
(b) Sixth grade.
(c) Seventh grade.
(d) Fifth grade.
5. How many bullet holes does Atticus say they found on Tom Robinson in Chapter 24?
Short Answer Questions
1. What lady from Maycomb is described in Chapter 16 as one who dips snuff in private?
2. Scout describes the lament of the bluejay in Chapter 28 as a repetitive sounding of what phrase?
3. On what date was the Sheriff contacted to go to the Ewell residence, according to his testimony in Chapter 17?
4. Of Misses Tutti and Frutti Barber, Scout says in Chapter 27 that they "were rumored to be Republicans, having migrated from Clanton, Alabama" in what year?
5. What grade in school has Scout begun in the beginning of Chapter 26?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is ironic about Bob Ewell's testimony in Tom Robinson's trial in Chapter 16?
2. What social activity does Aunt Alexandra arrange in Chapter 24? What are Scout's perceptions of this event?
3. What occurs as Scout and Jem are returning home in Chapter 28? How do the children react?
4. Who relates the news of Tom Robinson's death in Chapter 24? How was Tom Robinson killed?
5. Who is Mr. Link Deas? Why is Mr. Deas's testimony disregarded in Chapter 19?
6. How would you describe the mood and tone of Chapter 26. How has the mood of the novel changed after the trial?
7. Who has saved Scout and Jem from their attacker in the end of the novel? What does Scout make of this character?
8. How would you describe the author's development of tension and suspense throughout the trial in Chapter 17?
9. How does Helen Robinson respond to the news of Tom Robinson's death in Chapter 25? How do the townspeople respond?
10. How does Miss Maudie attempt to placate Jem, Scout, and Dill after the trial has ended in Chapter 22?
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