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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. Bird's-Eye comes into the cabin to do what?
(b) Attack Opal and Christy.
(d) Kill Tom.
2. Christy learns that God accepts individuals under what rule?
(a) As they are.
(b) If they ask for forgiveness.
(c) If they bend to His will.
(d) If they are good.
3. The first event upon Christy's return to Cutter Gap is the marriage of Ruby Mae and who?
(a) Will Peck.
(b) Will Beck.
(c) Phil Beck.
(d) Phil Peck.
4. Who does David propose to?
(b) Ruby Mae.
5. Opal goes out to the men and offers them what?
Short Answer Questions
1. At Opal's house are Bird's-Eye and three other men outside, wanting Tom McHone. Bird's-Eye gives Christy permission to enter the cabin, but cautions her with his what?
2. Miss Alice chooses the story of what to help the mountain people to see that Jesus cares?
3. Christy and David wait for how many days before Dr. MacNeill is able to find time to meet with them?
4. Tom McHone has a financial crisis in that his wife, Opal, has pernicious what?
5. Ozias asks Uncle Bogg to tell the story of the preacher named what?
Short Essay Questions
1. Explain Christy's inner conflict regarding David and Dr. MacNeill.
2. Explain the funny incident that occurs at the school's closing ceremonies with Creed Allen.
3. Should David have gotten the US Marshals involved in finding the moonshine stills, even though it made him a target?
4. Explain how the events of Tom McHone's Death may impact the future of Cutter Gap.
5. What is Christy's dream for the mountain people and how does she begin to put it into practice, in Chapters 31 and 32?
6. Describe the fears of Zady and Fairlight and what they stand for.
7. Why do you think Miss Alice is reluctant to allow Christy to help her care for Ruby Mae and did Christy make the right choice in going anyway?
8. Explain how Fairlight's death causes Christy to be disappointed in both herself and David.
9. What is Opal's approach to handling Birds-Eye and his men?
10. How is the theme of teamwork illustrated, in Chapters 41 and 42?
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