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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. According to Lanik's first conversation with the highest official in the land, what do the Nkumai people sell for iron?
(a) Rare tree bark.
(b) Vessels carved from wood.
(c) Freshly caught rain water.
(d) The smells of the swamp.
2. In Mueller, Lanik's prison cell visitor takes him to see which person?
3. What is wrong with the bread served to Lanik by the slavers?
(a) The bread is unleavened.
(b) The bread is moldy.
(c) The bread is old.
(d) The bread is stale.
4. Who is the highest official in Nkumai?
5. How do the slavers describe Lanik's appearance after Lanik has been aboard the slave ship for a little while?
Short Answer Questions
1. As a result of his condition, what happens to the main character when he meets with his father?
2. What does transsexual growth indicate?
3. Why does Lanik eventually prepare to leave the desert people?
4. When Lanik is returned to his homeland and charged with a number of crimes, what is Lanik's sentence for committing these crimes?
5. After Lanik slips into the castle in Mueller, what does Lanik cause to happen?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why does Lanik flee to Ku Kuei?
2. As Lanik languishes in his cell, he has a visitor. What is Lanik's visitor absolutely sure of?
3. Why do the captain and crew eventually beg Lanik for mercy?
4. Why does Lanik wish he had chosen a particular land when demanding his freedom from the slavers?
5. Describe the land of Britton.
6. Describe Dinte's character.
7. By going into quicktime, what does Lanik learn about the person who meets him on the beach near Anderson?
8. Why do the Schwartzes ultimately decide to help Lanik in his quest?
9. The group of men in the desert "heals" Lanik. What is the result of the group's healing?
10. As Lanik leaves Schwartz after asking for help, why is Lanik despondent?
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