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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. What did Carlos think was don Juan's reason for responding in such a manner to him?
(a) He was just being stubborn.
(b) He wanted to make his point.
(c) He wanted to start a fight.
(d) He simply wanted to make a fool of Carlos.

2. What does don Juan point out to Carlos?
(a) That his perception is out of tune.
(b) That his world of opportunities and freedom cannot make him a man of knowledge.
(c) That his view of the boys is one sided.
(d) That his view of the children is shallow.

3. What does a man look like when a person can actually 'see' him?
(a) Like a fibrous egg of light.
(b) Like a ball of light.
(c) Like a bundle of swirling color.
(d) All of these.

4. What surprised Carlos in regard to don Genaro?
(a) He never missed his footing.
(b) He was so agile.
(c) He was nimble.
(d) All of these.

5. What did Mescalito allow Carlos to do?
(a) All of these.
(b) 'See' Eligio's lesson.
(c) Interpret Eligio's lesson.
(d) Understand what was happening to Eligio.

6. What was responsible for Carlos' vision?
(a) Lack of sleep.
(b) Peyote in the water.
(c) Dehydration.
(d) Mescalito.

7. What was the one thing that Genaro did just for Carlos?
(a) Shoot out a beam of light.
(b) Wrap tentacles around boulders.
(c) None of these.
(d) The whole display.

8. What color was the light that emanated from the men?
(a) Yellow.
(b) Gold.
(c) White.
(d) Pink.

9. How could a skilled sorcerer bring about a specialized range of perception?
(a) Through the examination of the world around them from the eyes of the apprentice.
(b) Through the adaptation to the apprentices visions.
(c) Through the manipulation of social cues.
(d) Through the belief in the images presented to the apprentice.

10. What did Carlos notice about the shoeshine boys' scavenging abilities?
(a) They left nothing behind.
(b) They were very quick.
(c) All of these.
(d) They were very thorough.

11. What did Lucio's friends think that Carlos was?
(a) All of these.
(b) A crazy man, as he had consumed peyote.
(c) A tequila salesman.
(d) An American spy.

12. What was the thing that really prevented Carlos from the mixture?
(a) All of these.
(b) He wanted to still be able to write.
(c) He was afraid of losing his mind.
(d) He didn't want to lose his clarity.

13. How does Saceteca see?
(a) He dances.
(b) He sees.
(c) He interprets his surroundings much like we do.
(d) He sings.

14. Why can a man not be changed?
(a) There is no reason to try, a man is what he is.
(b) There is no chance of Darwinism to reign supreme.
(c) All of these,
(d) There is no possibility to affect the lives of another.

15. Why can't Carlos understand about controlled folly?
(a) He is trying to think about it and it doesn't jive with his thought pattern.
(b) He is thinking too much in general.
(c) He is looking too deep into the idea, and not just accepting it as is.
(d) All of these.

Short Answer Questions

1. What could a master sorcerer do?

2. Why did the narrator lie to don Juan?

3. What disease couldn't the man cure with his herbs from the market place?

4. How does the smoke aid the apprentice in dealing with the guardian?

5. At what point did don Vincente agree to help Carlos?

(see the answer keys)

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