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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. What does Bonanza say she is willing to die for, if not the cranes, in Chapter 105?
(a) The Chink.
(b) The meaning.
(c) The cowgirls.
(d) The love.
2. The official referred to in Chapter 79 is from what country's Wildlife Service?
(c) The U.S.
3. What type of accident does the artisan have who created the village given to Sissy?
4. Carnival season takes place just before what holiday?
(b) Yom Kippur.
(d) Ash Wednesday.
5. The Chink informs Sissy in Chapter 72 that the spiritual wealth of the East is not what with Western culture?
Short Answer Questions
1. Robbins writes in Chapter 65 that the mass of humanity has minds like what?
2. From what Wildlife refuge in Texas is the male observer in Chapter 94?
3. What single word is in Chapter 73?
4. Dr. Robbins calls in what, in Chapter 76?
5. Who is made the manager of the ranch at the end of the novel?
Short Essay Questions
1. What confrontation takes place between Dr. Goldman and Dr. Robbins in Part Four, regarding Sissy?
2. Describe the Chink's relationship with the Clock People as Sissy relates it in Part Four to Dr. Robbins.
3. What does The Chink express to Sissy that he realized about the Clock People waiting for the Eternity of Joy?
4. What do the whooping cranes represent symbolically in the text?
5. How does Sissy feel to be back on the ranch in Part Five?
6. What does Sissy do after her return home to Julian in Part Five?
7. Who does the author reveal himself to be in the end of the novel? What is his objective in the plot?
8. What does Robbins (the author) assert happened to the power of women in civilization over time? How does he represent through Sissy's story?
9. What are society's standards regarding Sissy's relationships with Jellybean and the Chink?
10. When Sissy goes to see the Chink in Part Five, what takes place on the ranch?
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