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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. Robbins calls Chapter 100 a bottle of what?
(a) Fine Scotch.
(b) Coca Cola.
(c) Pinot Noir.
2. What is Sissy shocked by the presence of when she returns to the ranch?
3. Dr. Robbins believes that the central problem facing the human race is what?
4. The Chink tells Sissy in Chapter 72 that Christianity is a what kind of religion?
5. In Chapter 52, Julian gives Sissy a miniature village for Christmas. What kind of village is it?
(d) New England.
Short Answer Questions
1. What do the Professor and observer request to do to one of the whooping cranes in Chapter 94?
2. What is the name of the Disney film the cinematographers go to create in Chapter 54?
3. The official referred to in Chapter 79 is from what country's Wildlife Service?
4. Sissy states the Chink's belief that the bias for order leads to _____ in Chapter 65.
5. Who kisses Sissy when she returns to the ranch in Chapter 104?
Short Essay Questions
1. Who is Professor Nelson, and what interaction does she have with the cowgirls in Part Five?
2. What is Robbins representing symbolically by the confrontations of Sissy in Part Five, with the Countess and Julian?
3. What do the whooping cranes represent symbolically in the text?
4. What is the state of Sissy at the end of the novel? What are her plans for the future?
5. What does Sissy do after her return home to Julian in Part Five?
6. What does The Chink express to Sissy that he realized about the Clock People waiting for the Eternity of Joy?
7. What does Sissy learn of the happenings of the Rubber Rose Ranch in Part 5?
8. How does Sissy feel to be back on the ranch in Part Five?
9. What does Dr. Goldman decide after Sissy's evaluation in Part Four?
10. Describe the Chink's relationship with the Clock People as Sissy relates it in Part Four to Dr. Robbins.
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