1. Where is Thought-Woman sitting in the opening poem?
(a) On top of a mountain
(b) In a creek bed
(c) In her room
(d) Under a tree
2. With what creature is Thought-Woman associated?
3. According to the poem "Ceremony" at the beginning of the book, what tries to destroy the stories?
4. What does "she" say is the only cure in the four-line poem, "What She Said"?
(c) A good Ceremony
5. What is Tayo's heritage?
(a) Cree and Sioux
(b) Luguna and a white man
(c) Anastzia and Pueblo
(d) Luguna and Pueblo
6. Where is Tayo's father from?
(b) Santa Fe
7. Where does Tayo's mother live?
(a) In an apartment in Gallup
(b) In a trailer on the Sioux reservation
(c) In a house in Santa Fe
(d) She is homeless
8. What does Tayo's sergeant tell the men to do that Tayo is unable to do?
(a) Beat up another American soldier
(b) Kill young children
(c) Bury evidence
(d) Kill unarmed Japanese prisoners
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