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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. In "Just After You Left . . .," what was Hill lamenting?
(a) That he was always faced in the wrong direction.
(b) That his dog was too sick to be with him.
(c) That he never had the right gun.
(d) That he always missed the good hunting weeks.
2. In "It's All Relative," what did Hill say he envied about his predecessors?
(a) Their freedom.
(b) Their adventure.
(c) Their time.
(d) Their skills.
3. Where did Hill get the bait he used in "A Quieter Time"?
(a) He found them himself.
(b) His tackle box.
(c) A bait shop.
(d) A neighbor.
4. In "Everycamp," what did Hill imagine the men finding a respect for?
5. What bird was discussed in "Hammers"?
6. In "Horoscopes," which sign did Hill say told tall tales?
7. In "A Matter of Privacy," where did Hill say he got the most privacy?
(b) The woods.
(c) The city.
(d) His office.
8. In "Mending Harness," when did Hill say he tested all his equipment?
9. What did Hill like to hunt in November?
(c) All of these.
10. In "Taking Turns," what did Hill say he feared most as a child?
(a) Getting eaten by a bear.
(b) His grandfather's ghost.
(c) Getting whipped by his dad.
(d) Catching scarlet fever.
11. In "A Little Quicker," what did Hill imagine winning?
(a) The Gun Slinger.
(b) The Combined Birder.
(c) The Grand American.
(d) The Hunter Collaborative.
12. Who was cast in a heroic light in "Dog Hair In Your Drink"?
(a) The hunter.
(b) The hunter's children.
(c) The hunter's wife.
(d) The hunting dog.
13. In "Mending Harness," what kind of living did Hill say happened on the days he spent preparing his equipment?
(a) Prep living.
(b) Far living.
(c) True living.
(d) Close living.
14. In "Horoscope Revisited," what sign did Hill say was a merchant's dream?
15. In "Horoscope Revisited," what sign did Hill say was the best companion?
Short Answer Questions
1. In "It's All Relative," what kind of men did Hill say put their lives in their own hands?
2. In "Giving and Taking," where was Hill talking about?
3. In "Special Skills," what did Hill tell his readers to ignore?
4. In "The Responsible Sportsman," how did Hill say success should be measured?
5. In "Why Is It. . .?," what was Hill wondering about?
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