1. What small town does this story begin in?
2. Who buries Mason Tarwater?
(a) Buford Munson.
(b) Bernice Bishop.
(c) The schoolteacher.
(d) Francis Marion.
3. Who is Tarwater's uncle?
(b) The schoolteacher.
4. Who steals Tarwater from his crib?
(a) The schoolteacher.
5. What does Mason say will burn a prophet?
6. Why does the schoolteacher use the help of a welfare office worker?
(a) To get unemployment.
(b) To get child support.
(c) To get Tarwater back.
(d) To find a new job.
7. Who shoots the schoolteacher?
8. Why would Mason leave for days at a time into the woods?
(a) To earn money.
(b) To fight with animals.
(c) To communicate with God.
(d) To meditate.
9. Who does the schoolteacher marry?
(a) A bishop.
(c) A schoolteacher.
10. What does Mason tell Tarwater about his place?
(a) Tarwater's place is the baptize children.
(b) Tarwater's place is not to think, but to act on the Lord's calling.
(c) Tarwater's place is to think and do God's will.
(d) Tarwater's place is in the house.
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