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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 does Billy the Kid feel unable to talk to Sitting Bear?
(a) Billy the Kid has commited great crimes.
(b) Billy the Kid is ashamed of his life.
(c) Billy the Kid is not honest.
(d) Billy the Kid has few words.
2. What word does Set thinks best describes Grey's personality?
3. What change comes to Grey in the summer?
(a) She is grumpy.
(b) She is tired all the time.
(c) She is pregnant.
(d) She is less beautiful.
4. What does the boy leave behind him?
(a) The sound of his crying.
(b) The sound of his laughter.
(c) The sound of his running.
(d) No sound at all.
5. What happens to Set after Bent dies?
(a) He has a breakdown.
(b) He becomes freer, more sociable.
(c) His painting becomes more controlled.
(d) He becomes stronger.
Short Answer Questions
1. What did Koi-ehm-toya's great-great-grandson dream of in his old age?
2. How does Grey feel during the heavy rainstorms of the plains?
3. What does Billy the Kid bring to Sitting Bear?
4. Which direction did the Kiowa travel?
5. Why does Lola Bourne think she cannot help Set?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Worcester Meat feel when he dies?
2. What do the lines on the red earth represent?
3. Why does Dr. Merriman's knowledge of folklore, witchcraft, and medical mythology fail to impress Set?
4. What understanding about Set does Lola Bourne come to while he is hospitalized?
5. Grey closes one calendar and opens another in Chapter Eleven of Book Two. What do these different calendars represent?
6. Why does each man of the Plains Indians look upon Tsoai first thing each morning?
7. How does Grey feel about herself during her pregnancy?
8. What is unusual about the death of Worcester Meat?
9. As Grey changes from a girl to a woman, how does Set's attitude toward her change?
10. For what does Grey thank Lola Bourne?
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