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This test consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Momo wake up next to in Chapter 3, The Giant Staircase and the Forest?
2. What does Momo give to the Buddha shrine as a way of demanding that the Buddha hear her?
3. What powerful prayer does Momo pray for the Buddha to grant her a dog?
4. Whom does Momo go with to meet the tradesmen of the mule caravan in Chapter 1?
5. A boy in the village tells Momo that Pempa will be taken to ___________.
Short Essay Questions
1. Describe Momo's community and their religious beliefs. What does Momo understand of Buddha?
2. Who is potentially in Kapup when Momo arrives? Why does she want to hide from this person?
3. Who do the traders know? What do they decide to do with Momo?
4. Where do Big Dorje and the traders take Momo in Chapter 4? What advice do they give her?
5. Why are the villagers angry with Momo in Chapter 4?
6. Whom does Momo harass about wanting a dog in Chapter 1, The Gift of a Red-Gold Lhasa Terrier? What prayers does she say?
7. Whom does Momo run into while trying to escape in Chapter 3? What does she do?
8. What exposition is revealed in the beginning of Chapter 2? When does it take place?
9. Where is Momo traveling in Chapter 3? What does she hope to find there?
10. Where does Momo wake up at the beginning of Chapter 3? What route does she begin descending?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Describe the cultural, linguistic, and ethnic differences that Momo encounters along her journey into India. What language barriers does Momo face outside of Tibet?
Essay Topic 2
Discuss the theme of determination and will in Daughter of the Mountain. How does theme differ from subject in a literary work? How is the theme of determination embodied in the text?
Essay Topic 3
Describe the locations, cultures, and people of Sedonchin and Lingtam. What conflicts does Momo face in Lingtam? Why?
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