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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. In Chapter 13 of "A History of Them All," what has the narrator stopped doing since he read about the plague?
(c) Working and showering.
2. What does the narrator long to speak publicly against in Chapter 10 of "A History of Them All"?
(b) The Candadian A--- tribe.
(c) The government.
(d) Any repressive institution.
3. What does the narrator say his profession is in Chapter 2 of "A History of Them All"?
(a) He is a student.
(b) He is a folklorist and scholar of the Canadian A---- tribe.
(c) He is a janitor.
(d) He is a scholar of science.
4. What is happening to the narrator by Chapter 21 of "A History of Them All"?
(a) He is losing his sanity.
(b) He is growing ill.
(c) He is losing weight.
(d) He is losing his hair.
5. What is the condition the priest gives Catherine in Chapter 37 of "A History of Them All"?
(a) If she is baptized, she must never leave the village
(b) She must leave the village to be baptized.
(c) She needs to get married to have a child.
(d) She needs to ask for forgiveness because of her sexuality.
Short Answer Questions
1. To what office has F. been elected?
2. Where are F. and the narrator driving to in the car scene?
3. What does the narrator remember about F. in Chapter 14 of "A History of Them All"?
4. What item does Catherine give the person who enters her tent?
5. What does F. say the glancing kisses from Edith to the narrator are in Chapter 12 of "A History of Them All"?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does the narrator begin to fear about what is happening to him in Chapter 14 of "A History of Them All" ?
2. How is Chapter 10 in "The History of Them All" a symbol of how the narrator is becoming more like F.?
3. What does the narrator describe that happened to Catherine in 1664?
4. What has happened to the condition of the narrator by Chapter 25 in "The History of Them All"?
5. What motivates the narrator to turn to Catherine Tekakwitha when he is in agony over the deaths of F. and Edith?
6. Describe how F. and Edith die.
7. The novel was written in the 1960s. How do the contents of the novel relate to that time?
8. How is the red wine spilling on the table cloth disruptive like Catherine's own presence?
9. What does the narrator pray to god for in Chapter 13 of "The History of Them All"?
10. What role does F. play in the love triangle of Edith, the narrator, and himself?
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