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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. Just as soon as the doctor leaves, word arrives that Ruby Mae is very ill and someone from where must go?
(a) Mission House.
(b) Upper Gap.
(c) The Spencer home.
(d) Low Gap.
2. Christy and Will set to work peeling and slicing what to heat for poultices?
3. At the wedding reception, who does Dr. MacNeill dance with several times?
(a) Ruby Mae.
(d) Miss Alice.
4. Christy is still confused and seeks the advice of whom to help her figure out her philosophy of life?
(a) Dr. MacNeill.
(b) Miss Alice.
5. Tom McHone has a financial crisis in that his wife, Opal, has pernicious what?
Short Answer Questions
1. They steam what like asparagus?
2. At her talk, Christy meets Mrs. Browning who introduces Christy to the idea of Danish Folk Schools, designed to help who?
3. Fairlight and Christy try to use honey as a substitute for what?
4. What illness begins to sweep over Cutter Gap?
5. Christy insists on helping Ruby Mae for what reason?
Short Essay Questions
1. Explain why David is initially opposed to Ruby Mae's marriage.
2. Explain how David alerting the US Marshals comes back to haunt him with regard to the incidents of Prince's tail and the church pulpit, in chapters 23 and 34.
3. Explain how the events of Tom McHone's Death may impact the future of Cutter Gap.
4. Explain David's decree about women and guns and whether or not you agree with it.
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. Why is Christy upset with Dr. MacNeill over the whole incident involving the blockaders?
7. What is Opal's approach to handling Birds-Eye and his men?
8. What reason does Dr. MacNeill give for helping the blockaders and do you agree with it?
9. Explain Christy's inner conflict regarding David and Dr. MacNeill.
10. Describe the fears of Zady and Fairlight and what they stand for.
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