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Who wrote in the newspaper that Tom's death was like a senseless slaughter of songbirds?
A. Mr. Gilmer
B. Mr. Underwood
C. Rev. Sykes

B. Mr. Underwood

1

Who was the prosecutor in the case against Tom Robinson?
A. Mr. Gilmer
B. Dolphus Raymond
C. Mr. Underwood

A. Mr. Gilmer

2

Who makes up lies to escape reality?
A. Jem
B. Lula
C. Dill

C. Dill

3

Who saved the Finch children. From Mr. Ewell?
A. Calpurina
B. Boo Radley
C. Link Deas

B. Boo Radley

4

Who is the author that introduces this character to show that a person can be racist?
A. Dill
B. Helen Robinson
C. Lula

C. Lula

5

Who tries to protect Boo Radley by declaring that Mr. Ewell fell on his own knife?
A. Heck Tate
B. Atticus
C. Walter Cunningham

A. Heck Tate

6

Who helped Tom Robinson by assigning the case to Atticus?
A. Heck Tate
B. Judge Taylor
C. Rev. Sykes

B. Judge Taylor

7

Who pretends to drink liquor out of a brown paper bag but it is really coca-cola?
A. Mr. Gilmer
B. Maudie Atkinson
C. Dolphus Raymond

C. Dolphus Raymond

8

Who sticks up for Helen Robinson by threatening to have Mr. Ewell arrested?
A. Scout
B. Link Deas
C. Jem

B. Link Deas

9

Who according to Scout, this person broke the code of childhood by telling Atticus that Dill was under the bed?
A. Jem
B. Lula
C. Mr. Underwood

A. Jem

10

Scout compares Atticus standing in front of the jail to him shooting a rabid dog because of what?
A. Atticus is scared both of these times
B. Atticus is willing to stand alone against a hungry mob and the dog
C. Atticus hates the mob like he hates dogs

B. Atticus is willing to stand alone against a hungry mob and the dog

11

During the trial, Jem thinks that Tom will be found innocent because he is focusing on what?
A. The facts of the case
B. The prejudice of the jury
C. All of the above

A. The facts of the case

12

The jury member who kept the jury out for a few hours was who?
A. An Atkinson
B. A Cunningham
C. A Finch

B. A Cunningham

13

A roly-poly bug is a symbol of what?
A. Innocence
B. Racism
C. The weak and oppressed who are "stomped on" by society

C. The weak and oppressed who are "stomped on" by society

14

What is the climax of the novel?
A. Mr. Ewell attacking the children
B. Tom Robinson's trial
C. All of the above

C. All of the above

15

Who is described as very pale with thin cheeks and thin feathery hair?
A. Boo Radley
B. Dolphus Raymond
C. Atticus Finch

A. Boo Radley

16

After the trial, Jem is angry and crying because adults in Maycomb seem to be ignoring what?
A. Racism
B. Injustice
C. How the courts work

B. Injustice

17

When Atticus leaves the house he has a light bulb on the end of an extension cord. The light is an example of what?
A. Allusion
B. Foreshadow
C. Symbol

C. Symbol

18

How is Scout able to get rid of the angry mob at the jail?
A. By acting scared
B. By showing her innocence
C. By crying

B. By showing her innocence

19

Atticus tries to show that Mr. Ewell is the one who beat Mayella by showing that he is what?
A. An alcoholic
B. A bad father
C. All of the above

C. All of the above

20

How does the reader know that Atticus does not like questioning Mayella?
A. He looks like he has a stomach ache
B. He refuses to look at her
C. He refuses to question her

A. He looks like he has a stomach ache

21

All of the members of the jury are what?
A. Men
B. White
C. All of the above

C. All of the above

22

When Scout attends Missionary Society meeting with her aunt, she determines that women are what?
A. Hypocrites
B. Open-minded
C. Nice

A. Hypocrites

23

Who does Atticus believe killed Mr. Ewell?
A. Scout
B. Jem
C. Heck Tate

B. Jem

24

What important lesson does Atticus learn?
A. There are some times when it's ok to bend the law
B. Never leave your children unattended
C. There is never a time when it is okay to bend the law

A. There are some times when it is okay to bend the law