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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 learning Rosie's language help August?
(a) Learning her language makes it possible for August to care about Rosie.
(b) Learning her language makes it possible to control Rosie's theiving habits.
(c) Learning her language helps prove Rosie is stupid.
(d) Learning commands in her language enables August to train Rosie.
2. What has Uncle Al failed to buy for his new workers?
(a) Sleeping cars.
3. What does Jacob do while in this tent?
(a) Argues with circus policy.
(b) Throws up on Barbara's friend and passes out.
(c) Drinks all the jake.
(d) Falls asleep in the middle of a meeting.
4. What does Jacob discover when he returns to his room?
(a) Walter and Camel have been redlighted.
(b) Marlena has been redlighted.
(c) Uncle Al has been murdered.
(d) August has been murdered by someone else.
5. What does Uncle Al want Rosie to do?
(a) Entertain the small children coming to the show.
(b) Participate in a parade through town.
(c) Perform an act with Marlena.
(d) Dance to an Irish jig.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who does Jacob see kill August?
2. What does Jacob use to pay for the doctor?
3. What does a nurse refuse to bring elderly Jacob in Chapter 13?
4. What is redlighted?
5. What does Jacob beg Marlena not to do?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why are Camel and Walter thrown from the train?
2. How does August react to Marlena's surprise?
3. What does Uncle Al use to increase ticket sales?
4. What warning does Jacob receive that something might happen during the show that night?
5. What surprise does Marlena arrange for August after Rosie's first successful show?
6. How does Jacob convince Uncle Al to keep August from Marlena?
7. What does Jacob use to pay the doctor?
8. What happens when Jacob has too much to drink?
9. Why did Marlena marry August?
10. How does August react to Marlena's injuries?
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