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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. Who is held hostage by Sheb as the gunslinger fires his guns?
2. What is the gunslinger's dream?
(a) A thirsty dream
(b) A frightening dream
(c) An eerie dream
(d) An arid dream
3. Where does the man in black lead the gunslinger?
(a) The ancient killing grounds
(b) Back to Tull
(c) Back into the desert
(d) The mountains
4. What is Brown planning to do with the gunslinger's mule?
(a) Burn it
(b) Bury it
(c) Eat it
(d) Use it to carry his supplies
5. What disturbs Marten and Roland's mother about his comment that his mother has not dismissed him?
(a) Roland talks to Marten in High Speech.
(b) Roland insults his father.
(c) Roland threatens Marten.
(d) Roland insults his mother.
Short Answer Questions
1. What conversation do Roland and Cuthbert overhear as they are eating dessert?
2. What does the gunslinger guard about his character?
3. What does the gunslinger tell Brown about his way of life?
4. What is the gunslinger's mystic number that determines his fate?
5. What prediction does Allie make about the weather?
Short Essay Questions
1. Describe what Roland and Cuthbert overhear as they eat their dessert and how they react.
2. Summarize the final conversation that Allie and the gunslinger have together.
3. Describe the killing ground where the man in black leads the gunslinger.
4. Describe the encounter the gunslinger has with Jake.
5. Summarize the decision the gunslinger must make when Jake falls onto the edge of a pit, clutching on for his life.
6. Summarize what the gunslinger sees as he staggers in the desert.
7. Describe the events that take place as the gunslinger walks through the center of town.
8. Summarize the outcome of the gunslinger's shoot-out with the townspeople of Tull.
9. Summarize Sylvia Pittston's encounter with the man in black.
10. Analyze why the gunslinger asks Brown who he really is.
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