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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. Why does Ned get into a huge fight with a farmer?
(a) He makes a very crude reference about Bill Frost and Ned's mother having intercourse.
(b) He insults Ned's sister Annie.
(c) He attempts to take Ned's and Henry's souvenirs from their latest stagecoach robbery.
(d) He tries to steal Ned's horse.
2. What do they show, to Ned's amazement?
(a) How to escape.
(b) How easy it is to alter the law.
(c) How to safe himself.
(d) How to use the handcuffs.
3. Who does Annie marry?
(a) Billy Gray.
(b) Harry Power.
(c) Alex Gunn.
(d) Bill Frost.
4. Why does Ellen have the baby by herself on the table?
(a) No one else is at home.
(b) She does not want anyone near her.
(c) Red is in the county lock up.
(d) She has a disease which is contagious.
5. Who is falsely charged with the theft of the watch and gelding?
(a) Uncle James.
(c) Uncle Jack Lloyd.
Short Answer Questions
1. Of what does Ellen Quinn decide the family should be taking advantage?
2. What is actually happening as Ned dreams about burning in hell?
3. How does Ned respond to the commissioner?
4. Harry Power says, "forget your mamma. There ain't no happiness for neither of us at Eleven Mile Creek." What is significant about this statement?
5. Why does everyone but his mother, brothers and sisters hate Ned?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does the novel start?
2. How does Ned save his family from the fire?
3. What happens to Ned's letter-writing?
4. What makes Ned decide he is fed up with being honorable?
5. What happens once the fight ensues?
6. How does Ned get Mary to believe him about the "murders?"
7. What does the sudden abruptness of the chapter suggest?
8. What happens to the letter that the politician Cameron receives?
9. What do the Kellys do when Ellen decides they should take advantage of the Duffy Land Act?
10. What does Ben do that Ned protects him by doing his prison time?
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