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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. When does the horse become injured?
(a) When crossing the small stream.
(b) When it tried to run away.
(c) When it fell in the woods.
(d) When Ghetel rode it.
2. How does Mary become ill with a runny nose and losing her voice?
(a) She eats her own bowel movement.
(b) She eats berries.
(c) She drinks water from the river.
(d) She has no clothes.
3. How does the horse die?
(a) It drowns in the river.
(b) It is shot by Indians.
(c) A limb pierces its side on the makeshift bridge.
(d) Its broken leg becomes infected.
4. What does Mary beat Ghetel with?
(a) A shoe.
(b) A stick.
(c) A tomahawk.
(d) A blanket.
5. Who asks where Mary has been for the past five months?
Short Answer Questions
1. After passing the spring that burns, Ghetel wants to quit and threatens to do what to Mary?
2. Who gets the shortest straw when deciding who gets to eat whom?
3. Will tells Snake Stick that in a year his family will be:
4. Where do Mary and Ghetel spend two nights?
5. What does Snake Stick threaten to do with the ransom?
Short Essay Questions
1. What one impulsive act does Ghetel's massive hunger cause her to do?
2. How does Mary approach the Harmon men?
3. Explain why the Harmon men cry at Mary's condition instead of being repulsed by her.
4. Why are the first few moments awkward when Will and Mary reunited?
5. Describe Ghetel's state of mind when she threatens to eat Mary in Chapter 23.
6. When Mary finds the cabin and the two turnips, she only eats one. Explain why one turnip is enough to make Mary full.
7. Describe why Ghetel's threat to eat Mary is one Mary considers is justified?
8. Why does Mary complain that walking with Ghetel is a huge burden?
9. Why does Mary struggle to remain dedicated to getting home on her own without Ghetel?
10. Why does Mary believe she has prompted God's anger?
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