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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 surprised Kope'mah as a child when she watched buffalo with her father?
(a) They seemed to move slowly but covered ground quickly.
(b) They seemed innumerable.
(c) They seemed to leave no mark on the scene.
(d) They seemed noble and majestic.
2. Who is Luke?
(a) A horse.
(b) A dog.
(c) A child.
(d) A Kiowa boy.
3. Why does Dog return to Grey after he gallops away?
(a) To rest.
(b) To graze.
(c) To answer her call.
(d) To warn her of danger.
4. What does Set feel as he accepts the medicine bundle?
(b) An unexpected confidence.
(c) An unaccountable fear.
(d) A confusion of past and present, reality and legend.
5. What is a hogleg?
(a) A sandwich.
(b) A gun.
(c) A trick.
(d) A knife.
Short Answer Questions
1. Why was the Piegan camp troubled when the unknown boy came to their camp, then disappeared?
2. How does Grey feel about the horse she names Dog?
3. What color is the medicine bundle?
4. What made Grey's great-grandmother, Kope'mah, into a medicine woman?
5. How does the author describe Kiowa life in the summertime?
Short Essay Questions
1. Set is taught in school that art is resistance. But he doesn't believe it. How does Set define art?
2. What do masks represent to Grey as she makes them?
3. Why does Billy the Kid visit Grey while she tends the dying Kope'mah?
4. What does Lola Bourne see in the painting "Night Window Man" that Set himself does not see?
5. What comes to nothing in Chapter Twenty of Book One? Why does everything feel pointless to Set as he considers his pilgrimage home?
6. How do the Native Americans let the summer go?
7. Why was it better for the Piegan people to believe that the boy was a bear than that he was a boy?
8. What does Set think is the most wonderful of God's creations?
9. What is the unanswered question, "Quien es?" in Chapter One of Book One?
10. At the Mottledmares', Set has a dream that he is deprived of a power that seems to him important. What does he dream he cannot do?
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