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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. What does the person helping Lanik give him before he departs?
(b) A dress.
(c) A map.
2. What secret does Lanik hold that enables him to make his escape?
(a) Lanik is a regenerative.
(b) Lanik has loosened the bonds.
(c) Lanik is a magician.
(d) Lanik has bribed the guards.
3. What is wrong with the bread served to Lanik by the slavers?
(a) The bread is stale.
(b) The bread is old.
(c) The bread is moldy.
(d) The bread is unleavened.
4. As he is making his escape, how does Lanik become wounded?
(a) From a fall.
(b) From a climb.
(c) From a fight.
(d) From an accident.
5. What is the name of the people who live in the desert?
(a) The Ku Kueians.
(b) The Nkumaians.
(c) The Allisons.
(d) The Schwartzes.
Short Answer Questions
1. Upon arriving in Nkumai, where does the guide take Lanik?
2. How does Lanik escape from prison?
3. What best describes the 'Lanik and Lanik" chapter?
4. Which wife of Mueller is Lanik's mother?
5. As Lanik travels away from the desert people, he requests clothes and is asked his name. What happens when Lanik tells people who he is?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is unique about a radical regenerative?
2. Why do the captain and crew eventually beg Lanik for mercy?
3. What does Mowa reveal about herself just before Lanik escapes?
4. What does Lanik's body do with all of the energy he is eating?
5. Describe Dinte's character.
6. What has the old soldier done to disrupt the trade involving the radical regeneratives?
7. What does the young boy in the desert teach Lanik?
8. How does Lanik escape from his prison high in the trees?
9. When Lanik finally comes to after collapsing in the desert, what occurs to help him realize that he may not die?
10. When Lanik comes to after passing out in the desert, what does the group of men surrounding him ask?
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