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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. In Chapter 14, where is the sky-diving exhibition that Leaphorn hears about on the radio?
(a) Yah-Ta-Hey Trading Post.
(b) Painted Desert.
(c) The old Zuni village.
(d) Black Rock Airstrip.
2. In Chapter 14, who performs the third search of the Bowlegs hogan?
(a) Cecil Bowlegs.
(c) The killer.
(d) Federal agents.
3. Who states that deer are far-sighted?
(c) George Bowlegs.
4. In Chapter 16, what does Leaphorn find inside the fetish offering?
(a) Coral, medallion, and blood.
(b) Arrow point, turquoise, and clay.
(c) Turquoise bead, tip of a lance point, and abalone shell.
(d) Wood carving, deer hair, and silver.
5. Where does Leaphorn go after leaving Ted Isaacs?
(a) Goes home.
(b) Goes to see Cecil Bowlegs.
(c) Returns to Zuni.
(d) Goes to see if he can find Susanne and give her a ride.
Short Answer Questions
1. What type of deer had been killed by George's gun?
2. In Chapter 11, where does Leaphorn find Susanne?
3. In Zuni mythology, what is the penalty for sacrilege?
4. What are Shulawitsi and Salamobia?
5. As Chapter 15 ends, Leaphorn is only able to take how many steps?
Short Essay Questions
1. Who are the people who are hunting in Chapter 15, and what are they hunting?
2. Describe Leaphorn's view at the beginning of Chapter 18.
3. In Chapter 16, Leaphorn is shot with a hypodermic dart. How was this done?
4. What are the Koyemshi, and what is their significance?
5. In Chapter 15, what disturbs Leaphorn about the dead deer killed by George Bowlegs?
6. What relationship do Ted Isaacs and Susanne share and what does Leaphorn think about it?
7. What is Ted Isaacs's background?
8. Father Ingles is impressed with George Bowlegs. Why?
9. What law-enforcement agencies are interested in the crimes at Zuni and why?
10. What effects does Leaphorn feel from the hypodermic dart?
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