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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. How do the slavers describe Lanik's appearance after Lanik has been aboard the slave ship for a little while?
2. What must Lanik do as a result of receiving his gift from the Earth?
(a) Drink the water.
(b) Jump off the cliff.
(c) Scale the mountain.
(d) Swim across the lake.
3. When Lanik is in his prison cell in Mueller, who comes to visit him?
4. According to the person taking Lanik to Nkumai, how many ambassadors are in Nkumai?
5. What does Lanik demand from the captain of the slave ship?
(a) To be set ashore on the nearest land.
(b) To be freed unconditionally.
(c) To be given edible food.
(d) To be thrown overboard.
Short Answer Questions
1. What are "cruel bonds"?
2. When Lanik is returned to his homeland and charged with a number of crimes, what is Lanik's sentence for committing these crimes?
3. Why is the person Lanik meets afraid, at first, to help him?
4. Who visits Lanik just before he escapes?
5. Which wife of Mueller is Lanik's mother?
Short Essay Questions
1. Lanik descends into the rock to better hear the voice, but when he returns to the surface, his father is afraid. Why?
2. Why does Lanik almost give up his vow of fidelity to Saranna?
3. What makes Nkumai so frightening to Lanik?
4. Although Ensel tries to show joy at the comforting environment of the forest, he cannot. Why?
5. Describe the process of giving someone "grief."
6. What does the old soldier hope that Lanik will learn from the books the soldier has?
7. 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?
8. After seeing Mwabao Mawa in Jones, what does Lanik realize about Mawa?
9. What does Lanik learn in quicktime about the beautiful cottage on the beach near Anderson?
10. Why is Lanik finally accepted into the old lady's house?
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