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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Where does Worcester Meat go after he has been sick for thirteen more days?
(a) To the forest.
(b) To the hospital.
(c) To the bed where Kope'mah died.
(d) Home to his little house.
2. What does Billy the Kid bring to Sitting Bear?
3. What extraordinary sense did Set acquire as he became a bear?
4. What does Dr. Terriman discuss with Set?
(b) Set's art.
(c) Native American folk music.
5. Why did the old wanderers consider the plains the most sacred of sacred grounds?
(a) It had no European settlers.
(b) It was fertile land.
(c) It was the center of the world.
(d) It had no fences.
6. Who belonged to the dog soldier organization of the Kiowa tribe?
(a) The renegades.
(b) The warriors.
(c) The chiefs.
(d) The ten bravest men.
7. What does Dr. Terriman say about Lola Bourne''s ability to help Set?
(a) Love will see him through.
(b) The love of 100 women would not be enough.
(c) Your love is powerful enough to cure him.
(d) Love is all you need.
8. Where does Koi-ehm-toya's great-great-grandson see Tsoai?
(a) In his heart.
(b) In his mind's eye.
(c) In his front yard.
(d) From the window of his hogan.
9. What ceremony does Grey perform in the Kiowa way?
(a) She collects herbs.
(b) She dances around the campfire.
(c) She burns sage.
(d) She butchers a calf and eats the raw liver.
10. How long does Worcester Meat think he will live?
(a) One month.
(b) Five days.
(c) Three days.
(d) Two weeks.
11. Who helps Milo Mottledmare transport Worcester Meat?
(a) Murphy Dicks.
(d) Dwight Dicks.
12. What does the boy leave behind him?
(a) The sound of his crying.
(b) No sound at all.
(c) The sound of his laughter.
(d) The sound of his running.
13. Where does Worcester Meat go after he has been sick for sixteen days?
(a) Home to his little house.
(b) To the hospital.
(c) To the forest.
(d) To the bed where Kope'mah died.
14. The plains are a perfect equation of what two elements?
(a) Distance and time.
(b) Native Americans and settlers.
(c) Freedom and space.
(d) Darkness and light.
15. What does Billy the Kid do to prepare for his conversation with Sitting Bear?
(a) Writes a speech.
(b) Invents a speech.
(c) Buys a speech.
(d) Memorizes a speech.
Short Answer Questions
1. Why does Billy the Kid feel unable to talk to Sitting Bear?
2. How did his stay at Lukachukai affect Set?
3. Why did the Piegan people decide not to believe in the child who disappeared?
4. What is Dr. Terriman's evaluation of Set's condition?
5. What do members of the Navajo tribe call themselves?
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