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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 happens to Set after Bent dies?
(a) His painting becomes more controlled.
(b) He has a breakdown.
(c) He becomes freer, more sociable.
(d) He becomes stronger.
2. Why couldn't the plains have an ordinary place name?
(a) They were too flat.
(b) They were too frightening.
(c) They were too vast.
(d) They were too boring.
3. What does Sitting Bear admire more than modesty?
4. What had caused Set's breakdown, according to the hospital?
(a) Working too hard.
(b) Skipping meals.
(d) Extraordinary psychological pressure.
5. What did Koi-ehm-toya's great-great-grandson put on his shields?
(a) Ancient designs.
(c) Powerful medicines.
(d) Planes and lines.
Short Answer Questions
1. What did the bear do that was unusual?
2. What does Dr. Terriman discuss with Set?
3. What was the vision that Set was looking for?
4. What caused the Piegan people to continue to believe in the boy who turned into a bear?
5. What ceremony does Grey perform in the Kiowa way?
Short Essay Questions
1. Grey closes one calendar and opens another in Chapter Eleven of Book Two. What do these different calendars represent?
2. Why is it important to Dr. Terriman and Lola Bourne that Set dances?
3. What is the Kaitsenko Society?
4. What is the setting where Set begins his vision quest?
5. Who becomes the maker of shields?
6. Why were the Piegan people unable to believe in the child?
7. What is unusual about the death of Worcester Meat?
8. How does Grey know that Set will act in the proper way?
9. Who is the boy that Set sees and hears in the garden of his old house?
10. What does Set mean when he tells Lela that the bear stands against him, and that he is the bear?
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