The Kentucky Cycle Quiz

Robert Schenkkan
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Questions 1-5 of 25:

1.

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

2.

When Talbert and his men retreat to the river during their first battle in Play Five, what happens to Talbert? (from Play Five, God's Great Supper, Part 2)

3.

When Mary Anne argues with Tommy over what he wants the preacher to do in Play Seven, how does Tommy respond? (from Play Seven, Fire in the Hole, Part 2)

4.

Why does Joshua say he's given up drinking in Play Nine? (from Play Nine, The War on Poverty)

5.

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)

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