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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 ceremony does Grey perform in the Kiowa way?
(a) She butchers a calf and eats the raw liver.
(b) She burns sage.
(c) She collects herbs.
(d) She dances around the campfire.
2. What does Lela say has made Set sick?
(a) His modern upbringing stands against him.
(b) His Kiowa blood stands against him.
(c) The bear stands against him.
(d) His life as an orphan stands against him.
3. What does Set feel as he picks up the bear's paw?
(a) A calm serenity.
(b) A wild curiosity.
(c) An urgent restlessness.
(d) A secure strength.
4. How does Grey feel during the heavy rainstorms of the plains?
(d) Small and helpless.
5. What relief does Lola Bourne get from writing her letter to Set?
(a) No relief.
(b) A sense of bewilderment.
(c) A sense of satisfaction.
(d) Some relief.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Grey believe will bring Set to her?
2. Why does Billy the Kid feel unable to talk to Sitting Bear?
3. Why don't Grey and Set speak at the dance?
4. How does Lola Bourne feel in the Mottledmare home?
5. What does Set do each night?
Short Essay Questions
1. Grey closes one calendar and opens another in Chapter Eleven of Book Two. What do these different calendars represent?
2. How does Grey feel about herself during her pregnancy?
3. What understanding about Set does Lola Bourne come to while he is hospitalized?
4. What characteristic does Grey say is shared by her mother and her sister and her niece?
5. What does Set mean when he tells Lela that the bear stands against him, and that he is the bear?
6. In his old age, what is the last thing that the shield maker dreams? Why is this dream of his significant?
7. How does Grey know that Set will act in the proper way?
8. Why does each man of the Plains Indians look upon Tsoai first thing each morning?
9. How does Set's art change as his personality begins to disintegrate?
10. Who is the boy that Set sees and hears in the garden of his old house?
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