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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does Michael admit about the time he writes his sabbatical?
(a) He was depressed.
(b) He was on drugs.
(c) He was high on life.
(d) He was drunk and on drugs.
2. How did Dalva's father die?
(a) By falling off of a horse.
(b) In the Korean War.
(c) From a heart attack.
(d) In a car accident.
3. What does Michael realize about his involvement with the journals?
(a) He begins to judge the Sioux Indians.
(b) He is having trouble distancing himself from them.
(c) He is having trouble reading the journals.
(d) He begins to judge the white settlers.
4. Who is captured by police when sneaking around Dalva's garage?
5. Who is Grace Pindar?
(a) The wife of Duane's fishing partner.
(b) Duane's mother.
(c) Duane's wife.
(d) Duane's girlfriend.
6. What is Rachel's Indian name?
(a) Sparrow Hawk.
(b) Weeping Willow.
(c) Weeping Lily.
7. On the way to Nebraska, where does Dalva set up camp for the night?
(a) Smith, Michigan.
(b) Sparrow Creek.
(c) Ajo, Utah.
(d) Ajo, Arizona.
8. Who does Northridge befriend to help them locate land?
(a) An Indian family.
(b) An English family.
(c) A Swedish family.
(d) An Irish family.
9. Who is Paul?
(a) Dalva's fiance.
(b) Dalva's uncle.
(c) Dalva's friend.
(d) Dalva's father.
10. Where did Northridge plan to go to become a botanist?
(a) The Midwest.
(b) The South.
(c) The North.
(d) The Mideast.
11. How does Duane die?
(a) Falling off of a horse.
(c) A heart attack.
12. Whom does Dalva realize she is trying to save?
(c) Her son.
13. How old was Dalva when her father died?
14. Who is said to be a highly dangerous man?
15. Who reveals she has taken a lover?
Short Answer Questions
1. Who does Dalva say has issues?
2. How does Michael describe his first night at the farm?
3. Who is Dalva's father?
4. Who sends Dalva a necklace when she is ill?
5. Who arranges a meeting with Ruth?
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