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Multiple Choice Questions
1. Why is Austin concerned about Lee stealing from the neighborhood?
(a) He knows and loved all of his neighbors.
(b) Lee sticks out like a sore thumb, and he does not want Lee to get picked up.
(c) He has already stolen everything and there is nothing left.
(d) He has flat tires on his car.
2. Why was he passing through the desert?
(a) He was passing through to escape the law.
(b) He was passing through to visit the old man.
(c) He was passing through to find a woman.
(d) He was passing through to find Austin.
3. What is the last western movie Lee has seen?
(a) The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly.
(b) True Grit.
(c) Dirty Harry.
(d) Lonely are the Brave.
4. When does Lee suggest they play?
(b) The next day at the crack of dawn.
(c) Next month, when they have free time.
(d) The next week, on Wednesday.
5. How did Austin always picture Lee?
(a) Austin always pictured Lee in prison.
(b) Austin always pictured Lee with the old man.
(c) Austin always pictured Lee in Tahiti.
(d) Austin always pictured Lee on adventures.
Short Answer Questions
1. Whose house is Austin house sitting?
2. What actor is in the movie Lee mentions?
3. Whom does Lee think are involved in most murder cases?
4. What is Lee's reaction when Austin suggests he sleep?
5. What, according to Lee, is Austin paid to do?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is the last sound effect of the play?
2. What does Saul think is the difference between films and movies?
3. Why is Lee offended when Austin offers him money?
4. Where has Mom gone for vacation, and what specific job did she leave for Austin?
5. How have the two brothers reversed their roles in the beginning of the scene?
6. Does Saul want to admit that he decided on Lee's story because he lost a bet? Why/why not?
7. Why does Saul feel Austin is the right person to write Lee's screenplay?
8. Why did Saul give Lee his gold clubs?
9. To what does Lee compare his mother's house?
10. Does Saul feel threatened by Lee?
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