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1. The men who emerge from the woods in the opening of the novel.
(a) Briarthorn and Natty Bumppo
(b) Chingachgook and Thomas Hutter
(c) Hurry Harry March and Deerslayer
(d) Soldiers headed for the garrison
2. Why Deerslayer is more interested in Hetty than in Judith.
(a) Because Hetty inherited her mother's wealth
(b) Because Hetty is the elder one
(c) Because Hetty is the more beautiful one
(d) Because of Hetty's retarded mental condition
3. What shows the strong character of Deerslayer in the opening of the novel?
(a) His refusal to take part in any war
(b) His insistance on having the land surveyed
(c) His willingness to compromise for a friend
(d) His promise to go to the authorities if anything were to happen to any man who marries Judith.
4. Where does the lake get its name from the locals?
(a) It is called Glimmerglass because of its usually smooth reflecting surface.
(b) It is called Hutter's Lake because Thomas Hutter's house is in the middle of it.
(c) It is called the Moat because it protects Muskrat Castle.
(d) It is called Mohican Lake because it was first settled by that tribe.
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