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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. With what does Will say his late brother was obsessed?
(c) All of the above.
2. According to Lily Dale how did Allie's husband kill himself?
(a) By drowning.
(b) By hanging.
(c) By immolation.
(d) By poison.
3. What does Pete tell Lily Dale about her financial situation?
(a) Pete says he and Lily Dale's mother had to contend with worse conditions.
(b) Pete says Will and Lily Dale will certainly pull out of it.
(c) Pete says Will and Lily Dale are in very bad shape.
(d) Pete says Will is making their troubles out to be worse than they actually are.
4. Has Clara ever heard of the maids organizing Disappointment Clubs in Houston?
(a) Clara hears many conflicting claims.
(b) Yes, frequently.
(c) From one or two people.
5. How old does Lily Dale say she was when she lost her father?
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Will say Lily Dale has become since Bill's death?
2. How are relations between Will and Lily Dale as of Carson's arrival?
3. From what company is Pete retired?
4. The young man from Atlanta tells Lily Dale that he is so distraught over Bill's death that he can't do what?
5. Where does Will discover the young man from Atlanta is staying?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Will claim to have gotten Ted's dad to vote Republican for the first time?
2. Describe Will's late son.
3. What does Will say happened to his son?
4. What does Lily Dale learn about Bill's religiousness from the young man from Atlanta?
5. Describe Will's display of pride at the end of the scene.
6. What does Will say to Pete to convince him to loan his life savings?
7. How does Lily Dale describe the Disappointment Clubs?
8. How does Will say he started off at Sunshine Produce?
9. How do we know it is odd for Pete to be unable to sleep?
10. Why does Will want such a big house for only two people?
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