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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. How does Booth react when he discovers what Lincoln had been doing earlier in the day?
(a) He becomes upset.
(b) He laughs.
(c) He hits him.
(d) He cries.

2. What position does Lincoln pretend to be when he and Booth play cards near the end of Scene 5?
(a) He doesn't play.
(b) Player.
(c) He plays with Booth.
(d) Dealer.

3. Whom did Booth and Lincoln's father leave an inheritance to?
(a) Neither.
(b) Both.
(c) Booth.
(d) Lincoln.

4. What does Lincoln say happened when he played one last hustling game?
(a) Someone shot him.
(b) He lost.
(c) His friend died.
(d) Someone hit him.

5. What does Booth try and convince Lincoln to do when he enters the room in Scene 5?
(a) To clean the house.
(b) To cook dinner.
(c) To give him money.
(d) To leave.

Short Answer Questions

1. What part of Lincoln's work costume does he rip?

2. What does Lincoln begin reminiscing about in Scene 4?

3. What does Lincoln tell Booth he landed a job as the beginning of Scene 6?

4. What does Booth tell Lincoln regarding his needing a job in Scene 6?

5. Why does Lincoln believe he is required to do something that no one else must do at work?

Short Essay Questions

1. Describe Booth's appearance in his room at the beginning of Scene 5.

2. Describe the end of the scene after Booth goes into a rage at the end of Scene 6.

3. What does Booth announce to Lincoln in regard to Grace in Scene 6?

4. Describe Booth's reaction when he notices some of his girlie magazines are visible at the beginning of Scene 5.

5. What does Lincoln say about hustling in Scene 4?

6. What is the nature of Lincoln and Booth's card game at the end of Scene 5?

7. What did Lincoln and Booth's parents tell each of them in regard to their inheritance?

8. Why does Lincoln tell Booth they should play cards with real money in Scene 6?

9. What is the nature of Booth's dialogue just before he slams the door and leaves at the end of Scene 5?

10. In Scene 4, how does Lincoln describe some of the people he has hustled money out of?

(see the answer keys)

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