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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. On what date was the Sheriff contacted to go to the Ewell residence, according to his testimony in Chapter 17?
(a) September 12.
(b) June 13.
(c) July 7.
(d) November 21.
2. What does Scout dress up as for the Halloween parade in Chapter 28?
(a) A mouse.
(b) A werewolf.
(c) A ham.
(d) A cat.
3. Who does the Sheriff say called him to the Ewell residence on the night of the alleged crime in Chapter 17?
(a) Tom Robinson.
(b) Mayella Ewell.
(c) Bob Ewell.
(d) Mr. Dolphus Raymond.
4. 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) Mayella Ewell.
(b) Ruth Jones.
(c) Emily Davis.
(d) Miss Stephanie Crawford.
5. What flowers does Miss Maudie grow and obsess over in the novel?
Short Answer Questions
1. What word used in Chapter 24 refers to a person who pretends to have virtues, moral or religious beliefs, principles, etc., that he or she does not actually possess?
2. According to Tom Robinson's testimony, he spent thirty days in jail once before when he was convicted of what crime?
3. What does Atticus Finch claim are the "great levelers" and the place in this country where "all men are created equal" in Chapter 20?
4. What does Dill say the children were playing in front of Tom Robinson's residence when Atticus arrived in Chapter 25?
5. Who does Mr. Dolphus Raymond offer a drink to in the beginning of Chapter 20?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Scout describe the jury when they return with their verdict in Chapter 21? What is the verdict?
2. Who has saved Scout and Jem from their attacker in the end of the novel? What does Scout make of this character?
3. How would you describe the author's development of tension and suspense throughout the trial in Chapter 17?
4. What occurs as Scout and Jem are returning home in Chapter 28? How do the children react?
5. What event do Scout and Jem attend on Halloween in Chapter 27? Where does the event take place?
6. What do Jem, Scout, and Dill discover about Mr. Dolphus Raymond in Chapter 20?
7. What hypocrisy does Scout point out to her teacher regarding Tom Robinson in Chapter 26?
8. What is symbolic about the conversation between Scout and Jem regarding the roly-poly bug in Chapter 25?
9. How would you describe Tom Robinson's guilt in the crime he is charged with in the trial? Do you think Tom is guilty?
10. What does Tom Robinson assert took place on the night in question when he takes the stand in Chapter 19?
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