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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 Judith try to do?
2. When the Iroquois dies, what does Deerslayer refuse to do?
3. Why is Hutter concerned at that time?
4. What comparisons do they discuss regarding physical beauty?
5. How do Harry March and Deerslayer get to Muskrat Castle?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why are Harry and Tom Hutter planning to collect Indian scalps?
2. What relationship develops between Judith and Deerslayer?
3. What does Deerslayer prevent Chingachgook from doing?
4. Show Deerslayer's feeling about not killing another human unless absolutely necessary.
5. What happens to Harry and Hutter when they go ashore to find scalps?
6. When Deerslayer and Harry do not find the Hutter family at the house, what does Harry insist they do?
7. What action does Hetty take that points to her mental deficiency?
8. Discuss Tom Hutter's racial prejudices as Harry March and Deerslayer arrive.
9. What is the purpose of Chingachgook's expected arrival?
10. What happens when Deerslayer is interrogated by Ravenoak?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Write a story about vintage garments. Pick a period in history and describe the clothes you would like to try on the way Judith modeled the dress from the old trunk. Explain why you chose that particular period.
Essay Topic 2
Write about your fears if you lived in the time of The Deerslayer. Imagine you are there where there are bears, mountain lions, wolves and Native Indian tribes who are not all friendly. Be detailed about your feelings.
Essay Topic 3
Write your opinion about deer hunting today and if you think it was different 300 years ago. If you have no experience in deer hunting, interview someone in your family or a family friend who can tell you about deer hunting today and how it might be different from the time of the Deerslayer.
This section contains 658 words
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