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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does Alice do when Henry tells her he is dropping out of the appeal?
(b) Has him fill out paperwork.
(c) Kisses him.
(d) Loses her temper.
2. What does Henry propose to Della while they are walking?
(a) That they buy a house.
(b) That they leave the gang.
(d) That they move.
3. In Act 2, scene 6, who gives commentary on the narration?
(b) El Pachuco.
4. What is the name for a break in court proceedings?
(a) A closure.
(b) A recess.
(c) A break.
(d) A ending.
5. What type of technique is used to make Henry's trial a joke?
(c) Aristotilian events.
6. After the Judge sends the Jury to deliberate, what does El Pachuco do to bring the jury back?
(a) Looks at the Jury.
(b) Claps his hands.
(c) Snaps his fingers.
7. Why does Smiley not want door-to-door fund raising for their defense fund?
(a) They don't need the money.
(b) The people are too poor to give.
(c) It is humiliating.
(d) It is disrespectful.
8. What word best describes El Pachuco's attitude towards white people?
9. George insists that the Prosecution has only proved what?
(a) That the boys know each other.
(b) That the boys are Chicano.
(c) That the boys were being boys.
(d) That the boys wear similar clothes.
10. How does Henry react to George and Alice's actions during the break in the court proceedings?
(a) He rejects them.
(b) He laments them.
(c) He mocks them.
(d) He accepts them.
11. El Pachuco's defiance at the end of Act 2, scene 6, shows that he is what?
(b) An idiot.
(c) A Chicano.
(d) A true pachuco.
12. The Prosecution says Henry and his friends aren't only guilty of the crime, but are also guilty of what?
(a) Being a menace to society.
(b) Trying to destroy society.
(c) No belonging in society.
(d) Taking the money of whites.
13. At the end of Act 2, scene 5, El Pachuco takes the audience where?
(a) To the Pachuco Riots.
(b) To the Zoot Suit Riots.
(c) To the Injustice Riots.
(d) To the Chicano Riots.
14. In Act 1, scene 11, it is clear that the prosecution's questioning of Della is an attempt to do what?
(a) Railroad Henry and the others.
(b) Get to the truth of the matter.
(c) Set Henry and the others free.
(d) Put the guilty people in jail.
15. When the guard calls out their numbers, what do the boys call out?
(a) Their numbers.
(b) Their names.
(c) That they are present.
(d) Their cell numbers.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who comes to Los Angeles on the night of the Riots?
2. Who does Henry have a last moment with before being led off after the verdict?
3. In Act 1, scene 10, the scene changes from the courtroom to what?
4. In Act 2 Henry is confronted with the notion that he is what as both an individual and as a member of the Chicano community?
5. Every objection George makes during the trial is what?
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