The Kentucky Cycle Quiz

Robert Schenkkan
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Questions 1-5 of 25:

1.

When Tommy relates some of the family history to Joshua in Play Seven, what does he say is the only thing he ever wants? (from Play Seven, Fire in the Hole, Part 3)

2.

Why don't the Rowens rip up the contract for the mineral rights? (from Play Six, Tall Tales, Part 2)

3.

What does J.T. claim the letters in his name stand for? (from Play Six, Tall Tales, Part 1)

4.

Which of the following statements is not a reason J.T. wants Mary Anne to ask her father to rip up the contract for the mineral rights to the Rowen farm at the end of Play Six? (from Play Six, Tall Tales, Part 2)

5.

What brings Abe Steinman to Mary Anne's door? (from Play Seven, Fire in the Hole, Part 1)

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