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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Upon arriving in Nkumai, where does the guide take Lanik?
(a) To the guide's home.
(b) To the home of the land's highest official.
(c) To the customs office.
(d) To the home of the elite guard.
2. What does the person helping Lanik give him before he departs?
(b) A map.
(d) A dress.
3. Why do the crew members try to discourage Lanik from demanding to go above-board?
(a) Because those taken above-board are beaten.
(b) Because those taken above-board are deceived.
(c) Because those taken above-board are ridiculed.
(d) Because those taken above-board walk the plank.
4. Who does Lanik meet as he travels to Ku Kuei?
(a) An old lady.
(b) A young boy.
(c) A young woman.
(d) An angry soldier.
5. While in the castle in Mueller, whose throat does Lanik slit?
Short Answer Questions
1. What is the only way to kill a regenerative?
2. How big is the cell on the ship in which Lanik is imprisoned?
3. What does transsexual growth indicate?
4. Who is the protagonist's brother?
5. According to what Lanik learns from his visitor, who rules Mueller?
Short Essay Questions
1. The group of men in the desert "heals" Lanik. What is the result of the group's healing?
2. Describe Mwabao Mawa.
3. What does Lanik figure out while he is being held below deck on the slave ship?
4. When Lanik finally comes to after collapsing in the desert, what occurs to help him realize that he may not die?
5. How are people in Nkumai known?
6. After escaping the castle, what does Lanik learn about his double?
7. How does Lanik escape from his prison high in the trees?
8. What does Mowa reveal about herself just before Lanik escapes?
9. What does the young boy in the desert teach Lanik?
10. When Lanik stays in an inn, he realizes just how great the poverty is in this land. How does he realize the extent of the poverty?
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