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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. Who does Bethia believe will care for Solace?
(b) Makepeace or her father.
(c) Solace is old enough to care for herself.
(d) The housekeeper.
2. Whom does Bethia believe has been taken advantage of?
(a) The women in the colony.
(b) The founding family.
(c) Her family.
(d) The Wampanoag.
3. What does Bethia and the rest of the family do?
(a) Tell her Solace is her responsibility
(b) Search for Solace.
(d) Reassure Bethia.
4. What happens to Caleb when Noah comes around?
(a) Nothing different from ususal.
(b) Caleb becomes animated.
(c) Caleb becomes very quiet.
(d) Caleb seems to have things to do elsewhere.
5. What does Mayfield hope for Caleb?
(a) He will want to marry Bethia.
(b) He can get in to a university.
(c) He will help convert the rest of his people.
(d) He has no plans or hopes for Caleb.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who are the Wampanoag?
2. What is Bethia's father doing with the Wampanoag?
3. Why is Bethia envious of Makepeace?
4. How does Bethia resolve to tell her story?
5. What love does Bethia describe?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Bethia say about the influence of Cambridge on Caleb?
2. Who establishes the colony where Bethia lives and whom does Bethia feel has been wronged?
3. What is Bethia's hope about the time Mayfield will use in converting the native Indians?
4. What is Bethia's father's dealings with the Wampanoag, and how does Bethia learn their language?
5. What does Bethia say about her two brothers and what her father says about females?
6. What does Bethia do that she attributes to Satan's influence and what are the consequences?
7. What happens when Bethia returns to where the Wampanoag are dancing?
8. How does the first attempt at the conversion of the sonquem go and what changes that?
9. How does Bethia feel about Solace?
10. How does Bethia describe Caleb?
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