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Test 4

In "The Present Crisis," what seems to be winning now but will lose at the end? Falsehood or wrong
Who planned and instigated the sowing in "As Ye Sow, So Shall Ye Reap?" Shan's cousin, Winn
Who is the advocate in Martha Shell Nicholson's poem? Jesus Christ
What crop did "Uncle" Buscabeatas grow in "The Stub-Book?" pumpkins
What were the "stubs" that "Uncle" Buscabeatas had wrapped in his handkerchief? pumpkin stalks
Who was accused of stealing the tarts? the Knave
Who was the man without a country? Philip Nolan
What reward did the judge accept from the king? the king's praise
Give the name of the little girl in "The Death Disk?" Abby
What did Nolan do to occupy his scheduled time? read, kept scrapbooks and studied science
Where did he live for over fifty years of his life? on military ships
What happened to Alice's body as the court case proceeded? It grew very quickly
Which juror did Alive take a pencil away from and then later turn upside-down? Bill, the lizard
To whom did she give the disk? her father, Colonel Mayfair
Who wrote "The Present Crisis?" James Russell Lowell
Who wrote "The Man without a Country?" Edward Everett Hale
Who wrote "My Advocate?" Martha Snell Nicholson
"Oh, I've had such a curious dream!" is from what story? "Who Stole the Tarts?" (Alice in Wonderland)
"Though the cause of Evil prosper, yet tis' Truth alone is strong" is from what story? "The Present Crisis"
"Though with patience he stands waiting with exactness grinds ye all" is from what story? "Retribution"
"But this ain't right, Winn!' I told 'im. 'Something down deep in me tells me it's wrong!" is from what story? "As Ye Sow, So Shall Ye Reap"
The appropriate rewarding of virtue and punishing of vice, especially done in a particularly fitting or ironic manner is called what? Poetic Justice
The perspective from which a story is told is called what? Point of View
Who tried to claim the king's horse as his own in "A Just Judge?" is from what story? a crippled beggar
Where did the boys do the sowing? in the Skinner's strawberry patch
Whom did Abby in "The Death Disk" give the disk to? her father, Colonel Mayfair
Created by: Mrs. Howie
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