|Name: _________________________||Period: ___________________|
This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. As Meeks drives with Tarwater, what does he consider doing with Tarwater?
(a) Meeks considers using Tarwater in his business.
(b) Meeks considers dropping Tarwater off on the side of the road.
(c) Meeks considers taking Tarwater to an institution.
(d) Meeks considers letting Tarwater stay with his family.
2. How did Mason describe the schoolteacher's house?
(a) A fox hole.
(b) A dog house.
(c) A bird nest.
(d) A horse barn.
3. Who says they are free?
4. What does Rayber forget to put on the night he follows Tarwater?
(a) His coat.
(b) His pants.
(c) His shoes.
(d) His hat.
5. What does Tarwater say about the teachings of Mason?
(a) He says it's the only truth.
(b) He says he doesn't believe any of it.
(c) He says it will set him free.
(d) He says he knows better.
Short Answer Questions
1. When does Meeks tell Tarwater to contact him?
2. Whose head was Mason "tied hand and foot inside"?
3. Who says they won't get used to Tarwater?
4. Who does Tarwater smile like?
5. What does Tarwater do with the books, clothing, and other items the schoolteacher bought for him?
Short Essay Questions
1. When Meeks asks what line of work Tarwater will get into, what does he say?
2. Why does Rayber suddenly duck his head and hide when he is watching Lucette?
3. When Tarwater looks at the burned remains of the cabin, what does he think?
4. What happens when Tarwater drinks water from the pump near the Negro shack?
5. What condition is Tarwater in when he wakes up in the woods?
6. What memory of Powderhead makes Rayber's heart expand unbelievably?
7. Why does Rayber see himself fleeing with Lucette?
8. Why does Rayber decide to go to Powderhead with Bishop?
9. At the end of chapter 6, how does Rayber feel about Tarwater?
10. When Tarwater is digging the grave for Mason, what does he think of Rayber?
This section contains 622 words
(approx. 3 pages at 300 words per page)