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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. Why did the Kiowa doll fascinate Grey?
(a) She felt it represented part of herself.
(b) She felt it represented a world she didn't understand.
(c) She felt it was more beautiful than she.
(d) She felt it represented an unknown culture.
2. Who does Grey want to imitate as a rider?
(a) Jessie Mottledmare.
(c) Bertha Yazzie.
(d) Billy the Kid.
3. What is the strange, disinterested figure who approaches Kope'mah?
4. What was the name of the first painting Lola Bourne bought from Set?
(a) "Night Window Man."
(b) "Girl on Horseback."
(c) "Window in the Dark."
(d) "Centaur in the Dark."
5. What two cultures combine in Grey?
(a) Blackfoot and Nez Perce.
(b) Navajo and Cree.
(c) Kiowa and Navajo.
(d) Kiowa and Sioux.
Short Answer Questions
1. Why did Kope'mah feel little respect for her son Worcester?
2. What surprised Kope'mah as a child when she watched buffalo with her father?
3. What word does Dwight Dicks use to mean "excellent?"
4. How old was Set when his father died?
5. How does Set begin his recovery from the brink of madness?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why was it better for the Piegan people to believe that the boy was a bear than that he was a boy?
2. The bear comes forth in planes, Dog is seen by Grey as standing in a plane, and Set's mind is perceived in planes. What are planes in this context?
3. Why does Set repeatedly ask Bent to be his father?
4. What is the unanswered question, "Quien es?" in Chapter One of Book One?
5. What passion did Grey acquire from Perfecto Atole?
6. What was Set's first real notion of the infinite?
7. How does Set define art as he struggles with his reflection in the mirror?
8. Why doesn't Paulita Maxwell weep?
9. What do masks represent to Grey as she makes them?
10. What does Lola Bourne see in the painting "Night Window Man" that Set himself does not see?
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