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10 The group of men at the jail disperse because: A. Scout’s words make them feel like “individuals” B. Heck Tate was holding a gun on them C. Tom Robinson was no longer in the jail D. Atticus told them to go home Show Answer

11 A. Scout’s words make them feel like “individuals” Back to Board

12 The mockingbird is a symbol of: A. Purposeless people B. Innocent, harmless people C. People with beautiful singing voices D. People who are unknown or not remembered Show Answer

13 B. Innocent, harmless people Back to Board

14 Early in the story, Scout exhibits all of the following characteristics except one: A. Impulsive, hot-headed B. Deep concern for others C. Respect for her father D. Superficial understanding of life Show Answer

15 B. Deep concern for others Back to Board

16 This novel of the mid-30’s reflects all of the attitudes of the time but one: A. Economic B. Social C. Moral D. Political Show Answer

17 D. political Back to Board

18 During the course of the novel, all of the following except one, have a chance to “walk around in another person’s skin”: A. Walter Cunningham Sr. B. Scout C. Jem D. Bob Ewell Show Answer

19 D. Bob Ewell Back to Board

20 True or False Miss Maudie becomes distraught and hysterical when her house burns to the ground Show Answer

21 False Back to Board

22 Harper Lee used Maycomb, Alabama, as the setting in this novel mainly because: A. She is from the South B. She wanted to show the effects of Southern life upon its inhabitants C. She loves the South D. She wanted to display her ability to render Southern dialect Show Answer

23 B. She wanted to show the effects of Southern life upon its inhabitants Back to Board

24 Maycombs “unusual disease” is: A. Boredom with life B. Prejudice C. Lack of money D. Crop failure Show Answer

25 B. Prejudice Back to Board

26 All of the following but one could be considered major themes of the novel: A. Human compassion B. The American South C. Conscience and personal integrity D. Prejudice Show Answer

27 B. The American South Back to Board

28 True or False Boo Radley skulks around the neighborhood doing mischief Show Answer

29 False Back to Board

30 After Scout takes Boo Radley home, she: A. Stands on his porch, afraid to move B. Runs home C. Stands on the porch and talks with him D. Stands on the porch, looking at the street as Boo Radley has seen it for years Show Answer

31 D. Stands on the porch, looking at the street as Boo has seen it for years Back to Board

32 Atticus’ final plea to the jury is aimed at: A. Condemnation of Mayella Ewell B. The jurors‘ individual consciences C. The unfairness of the prosecution D. Southern womanhood Show Answer

33 B. The jurors’ individual consciences Back to Board

34 True or False Miss Stephanie Crawford, the neighborhood gossip, tells stories about Boo Radley Show Answer

35 True Back to Board

36 Boo Radley’s main purpose in the plot is: A. To show the personality of a crazy recluse B. To provide an outlet for Jem and Scout’s curiosity C. To help Jem and Scout learn a lesson about compassion D. To provide mystery and suspense to the story Show Answer

37 C. To help Jem and Scout learn a lesson about compassion Back to Board

38 As a result of the fire at Miss Maudie’s: A.The townspeople help to build her a new house B.Scout and Jem return a blanket to Boo C. Jem realizes that Boo Radley is a gentle, good man D. The snowman that looks like Mr. Avery melts Show Answer

39 C. Jem realizes that Boo Radley is a gentle, good man Back to Board

40 True or False When the men come to lynch Tom Robinson, Mr. Underwood secretly covers them with a double-barreled shotgun Show Answer

41 True Back to Board

42 True or False Dill Harris has an unhappy home life Show Answer

43 True Back to Board

44 Mrs. Dubose’s main purpose in the plot is: A. To teach Jem a lesson about courage and human understanding B. To illustrate Southern prejudice C. To show a stereotypical senile, old lady D. To read Ivanhoe to Jem and Scout Show Answer

45 A. To teach Jem a lesson about courage and human understanding Back to Board

46 Bob Ewell’s main purpose in the plot is: A. To threaten Atticus B. To represent a stereotype of Southern “white trash” C. To represent an understanding father D. To be a member of the lynch mob Show Answer

47 B.To represent a stereotype of Southern “white trash” Back to Board

48 Through various testimony, Atticus shows all of the following except one: A. Tom Robinson has a crippled left arm B. Bob Ewell probably beat up his daughter C. No doctor ever examined Mayella Ewell D. Mayella lied about the charges of assault and rape Show Answer

49 D. Mayella lied about the charges of assault and rape Back to Board

50 Who is Heck Tate? A. Defense lawyer B. Accuser of Tom Robinson C. Sheriff of Maycomb County D. Attacker of Jem and Scout Show Answer

51 C. Sheriff of Maycomb County Back to Board

52 True or False Scout and Jem’s experience at Calpurnia’s church shows there can be racial prejudice on either side of the color line Show Answer

53 True Back to Board

54 Atticus considers it a sin to kill a mockingbird because: A. They are an almost extinct species B. It’s a waste of time and ammunition C. They prey on harmful insects and killing them upsets that balance of nature D. They bring beauty and harm no one Show Answer

55 D. They bring only beauty and harm no one Back to Board

56 Atticus defends Tom Robinson because: A. He is a good friend of Tom’s B. No one else will take the case C. Jem and Scout expect him to D. He has to in order to be true to his convictions Show Answer

57 D. He has to in order to be true to his convictions Back to Board

58 When Tom Robinson is convicted, Jem is upset for all of the following reasons except: A. He expected Atticus to win the case B. He believed in justice and personal integrity C. Tom Robinson had become a friend during the trial D. He realized that life is often harsh and unfair Show Answer

59 C. Tom Robinson had become a friend during the trial Back to Board

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61 What change would Atticus like to see in the jury system? Show Answer

62 Judges should decide penalties in capital cases. Back to Board

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