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This test consists of 5 short answer questions and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. Why does Sol leave the MacIvey homestead?
2. What does the medicine man in the Seminole village use to remove the bullet?
3. Where do Sol and Bonnie build their home?
4. How many orange trees does Zech purchase in Fort Dallas?
5. How does Zech respond to Glenda's miscarriage?
Essay Topic 1
Describe three uses of symbolism in A Land Remembered. For each example, explain when it used, its significance to the overall theme of the book, and what the author is symbolizing.
Essay Topic 2
The issue of land rights becomes a major part of the story for the MacIveys. Provide several examples of how the theme of land, ownership, and preservation is portrayed in the book. In addition, include which characters it affects the most and why.
Essay Topic 3
Tobias and the Seminole Indians begin a lifelong friendship when they meet in a way that illustrates one of the book's main messages.
1) Describe how the MacIveys and the Seminoles first meet, the circumstances that cause the two families to cross paths, and why the events result in a respect between them both that last for three generations.
2) Analyze Tobias' character and explain what it is about his view of the world that contributes to his actions with the Seminoles.
This section contains 1,712 words
(approx. 6 pages at 300 words per page)