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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 comes to the Merry mill for help?
(a) Two young Wampanoag.
(d) A young man from the mainland.
2. Who are the Wampanoag?
(a) The natives with whom the whites have intermarried.
(b) The tribe that lives on the mainland.
(c) The group of Indians that move off the island when the whites arrived.
(d) The native of the area.
3. Who berates Bathia for her absence when she returns to the beach?
(a) Her father.
(b) No one.
(c) Her sister.
(d) Her brother.
4. When does Bethia's twin brother die?
(a) At birth.
(b) At age 10.
(c) At age 15.
(d) At age 12.
5. Why is there tension between Makepeace and his father?
(a) Makepeace wants to start his family.
(b) Makepeace wants to marry someone his father does not want him to marry.
(c) About having Caleb in the house when Bethia is so young.
(d) Makepeace wants to go back to England to college.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Caleb call Bethia in private?
2. To whom does Bethia apprentice herself?
3. What does Bethia say was Satan's influence?
4. How does Bethia see Caleb at this time?
5. When did Bethia's mother die?
Short Essay Questions
1. When and how does Bethia's father introduce Caleb to the White settlement?
2. What are Bethia's father's plans for Caleb?
3. What happens to Bethia's sister Solace?
4. What does Bethia's say is her current situation when this section opens and why is she going to continue writing?
5. Why does Bethia work so hard on her chores?
6. How does Mayfield act in the aftermath of Solace's death?
7. What does Bethia's father say about the sonquem when Mayfield returns to the Merry home?
8. What happens that evening after Caleb ends his friendship with Bethia that makes Bethia believe she contributes to her mother's death?
9. How does Bethia feel about Solace?
10. How does Caleb explain his early morning greeting to the sun god?
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