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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 11, how many sites is Reynolds sponsoring digs on?
2. What did Leaphorn experience in college with Tom Bob and Blackie Bisti?
(a) Native American Church meeting.
(b) Road trip.
(d) Visit to a shaman.
3. In Chapter 18, what does Leaphorn believe will hide him from others in his stakeout over the Zuni village?
(a) Desert-colored clothing.
(b) Chamiso and pinon.
(c) Juniper and a boulder.
(d) Scrub brush.
4. Who refers to George Bowlegs as "about half genius and half crazy"?
(a) Ted Isaacs.
(c) Cecil Bowlegs.
(d) Father Ingles.
5. What are Shulawitsi and Salamobia?
(a) Places in Zuni myths.
(c) Important Zuni leaders.
(d) Zuni legends.
Short Answer Questions
1. How many law enforcement agencies are interested in the crimes at Zuni?
2. What nickname has Leaphorn given the killer?
3. Who mentions "Thou shall not profane the Sacred Ways of Zuni"?
4. In Chapter 14, who performs the third search of the Bowlegs hogan?
5. In Chapter 15, what do Leaphorn and Susanne share for dinner?
Short Essay Questions
1. When Dance Hall of the Dead ends, where is Susanne most likely?
2. What law-enforcement agencies are interested in the crimes at Zuni and why?
3. John O'Malley is watching for seven people he believes are involved in the narcotics operation. Who does Leaphorn recognize from the seven photographs?
4. What is Ted Isaacs's background?
5. Describe Father Ingles.
6. Describe Leaphorn's view at the beginning of Chapter 18.
7. After leaving the Bowlegs hogan in Chapter 14, what is Leaphorn's plan for the investigation.
8. Who are the people who are hunting in Chapter 15, and what are they hunting?
9. Although George Bowlegs is mentioned often in the book, the reader doesn't see him until Chapter 19 when he appears in front of Leaphorn.
10. Who is in the procession of the Council of the Gods?
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