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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. When Chee is trying to located Nakai, where is Chee driving when he hears the five o-clock news?
(a) Blue Mesa Badlands.
(b) Bisti Badlands.
(c) San Juan Basin Badlands.
(d) Chinle Badlands.
2. What color is the poncho that Leaphorn finds in the kayak Friedman-Bernal abandoned?
3. What is another name for Watersprinkler Canyon?
(a) Chaco Canyon.
(b) Many Ruins Canyon.
(c) Dark Canyon.
(d) Grand Gulch Canyon.
4. How many sacred mountains mark the borders of Dineh Bike'yah?
5. When might Friedman-Bernal have licensed a pistol in Wisconsin?
(a) 1985 or 1986.
(b) 1984 or 1985.
(c) 1979 or 1980.
(d) 1982 or 1983.
Short Answer Questions
1. How far will Brigham and Leaphorn have to carry Friedman-Bernal from the canyon bottom to the river?
2. When would Houk go down the river in his kayak?
3. What does Chee dream about at the beginning of Chapter 17?
4. What type of candy wrapper does Leaphorn find in Houk's kayak?
5. Where is Harrison Houk when he realizes that he had not been smart enough?
Short Essay Questions
1. Where does Houk consider hiding?
2. What tracks does Leaphorn discover in the area where Friedman-Bernal left her kayak?
3. What does Amos Whistler say about the area where the pots came from that interest Friedman-Bernal?
4. Why won't L. G. Marcy tell Leaphorn who the buyer was of the pot that interested Friedman-Bernal?
5. Why does Leaphorn light a fire?
6. What memories does Houk have of the first fifty years of his life?
7. What has been a major source of satisfaction for Harrison Houk for most of his life?
8. What did Leaphorn ask Irene Musket to do for him as he took out the kayak?
9. Where did Etcitty find the pot that DuMont purchased?
10. How does Leaphorn persuade Marcy to tell him the name of the buyer who bought the pot Friedman-Bernal was interested in?
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