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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 can Jacob not sit with Kinko at breakfast?
(a) Uncle Al does not allow the clowns to socialize with other workers.
(b) It goes against circus ettiquette.
(c) Jacob is not liked by Kinko's other friends.
(d) Kinko's table is overcrowded already.
2. Where does August invite Jacob to go that night?
(a) To a church service.
(b) To a new restaurant.
(c) To a seminar on animal care.
(d) To a nightclub.
3. Who does Jacob and Walter decide to approach about caring for Camel?
(a) Camel's ex-wife.
(b) Camel's daughter.
(c) Camel's estranged son.
(d) Camel's cousin.
4. What injury had Jacob suffered?
(a) A black eye.
(b) A strained ankle.
(c) A broken wrist.
(d) A concussion.
5. What is redlighted?
(a) When a person is fired from the circus.
(b) When a person is injured in the big top.
(c) When a person is thrown from a train against his will.
(d) When a person is caught with illegal liquor.
Short Answer Questions
1. Where does Jacob wake the next morning?
2. Who breaks up the fight?
3. What does Jacob use to pay for the doctor?
4. What does Marlena injure jumping out of Rosie's way?
5. Where do Walter and Jacob hide Camel in the meantime?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does August react to Marlena's injuries?
2. What happens after Jacob and Marlena escape the club?
3. What happens when Rosie is forced to participate in the Grand Spec before she is prepared?
4. How does Jacob convince Uncle Al to keep August from Marlena?
5. What happens when Jacob goes into Chicago with August and Marlena?
6. What surprise does Marlena arrange for August after Rosie's first successful show?
7. What warning does Jacob receive that something might happen during the show that night?
8. Who becomes ill, forcing Jacob to examine him?
9. What happens when Jacob has too much to drink?
10. Why did Marlena marry August?
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