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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 people decide to move?
(a) They needed more space.
(b) It got colder.
(c) There were wars and disasters.
(d) They were restless.
2. What has Billy the Kid come to learn about from Sitting Bear?
(b) The purpose of life.
3. Who helps Milo Mottledmare transport Worcester Meat?
(a) Dwight Dicks.
(c) Murphy Dicks.
4. What did the ancient Native Americans call the plains?
(a) The land of long distances.
(b) The land of unnameable distances.
(c) The land of innumerable long distances.
(d) The land of innumerable distances.
5. Why did the old wanderers consider the plains the most sacred of sacred grounds?
(a) It had no fences.
(b) It was the center of the world.
(c) It had no European settlers.
(d) It was fertile land.
Short Answer Questions
1. What did Koi-ehm-toya's great-great grandson become?
2. What does Bent tell Set when Set sees a vision of Bent in the garden?
3. What does Lola Bourne think Set is doing?
4. Why don't Grey and Set speak at the dance?
5. What did the Kiowa call the rent they charged for use of Indian land?
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 Worcester Meat feel when he dies?
3. Why were the Piegan people unable to believe in the child?
4. What is the setting where Set begins his vision quest?
5. What is the vision that Set hopes to see?
6. What do the lines on the red earth represent?
7. How does Set's art change as his personality begins to disintegrate?
8. As Grey changes from a girl to a woman, how does Set's attitude toward her change?
9. How does Set respond to the hospital staff's diagnosis and explanations of his condition?
10. In his old age, what is the last thing that the shield maker dreams? Why is this dream of his significant?
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