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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. What does Carson say when Will asks if they will be seeing the young man again?
(b) "Over my dead body."
(c) "Might be."
2. What "one last favor" does Lily Dale ask of Will?
(a) Lily Dale asks Will to keep their new house.
(b) Lily Dale asks that Will go speak to the young man from Atlanta.
(c) Lily Dale asks Will to keep their new car.
(d) Lily Dale asks Will to take her to Atlanta.
3. Where does Carson say he used to go every night when he lived with Bill?
(a) The brothel.
(b) The saloon.
(c) The picture show.
(d) To church.
4. How does Will excuse himself from his meeting with Etta Doris?
(a) Will says Etta Doris is boring him to tears.
(b) Will says he is feeling nauseous.
(c) Will says he is dizzy.
(d) Will says he is feeling tired.
5. How long does Lily Dale say Etta Doris worked for them?
(a) Almost three years.
(b) Two years.
(c) Almost two years.
(d) Three years.
Short Answer Questions
1. What bank is Will going to downtown?
2. Why is Will going to the bank?
3. How does Etta Doris remember Bill?
4. How is Will feeling at the end of the scene?
5. What does Pete promise to do when he gets to Atlanta?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why does Lily Dale no longer see Mary Cunningham?
2. What does Will say to Carson and Pete about the way he has been treating his wife?
3. How is it that Pete decides to take a trip to Atlanta?
4. What sacrifices do Lily Dale and Will propose in order to get by?
5. How does Will feel about his conversation with Ted, Jr. once he gets home?
6. What all does Etta Doris say is wrong with her?
7. How does Will's meeting at the Bank go?
8. What does Will call Tom about?
9. After recounting his meeting at the bank, Will lies down on the sofa and closes his eyes. How is he interrupted?
10. What confession does Will make to Lily Dale after he tells her about the courtesy call at the bank?
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