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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Part 4, Chapters 29-30.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. How does the author foreshadow that Fast Horse will bring bad fortune to the Pikunis?
(a) The author introduces the theme of dreams.
(b) The author has Yellow Kidney interpret White Man's Dog's dream.
(c) The author writes from Eagle Ribs point of view.
(d) The author has Yellow Kidney remind the party of the omen of bad fortune from Fast Horse's dream.
2. Where did Yellow Kidney hide that was a fulfillment of White Man's Dog's dream?
(a) He hid behind a white horse that belonged to a white girl.
(b) He hid in a lodge under a blanket with a girl who had the white scabs disease.
(c) He hid under some leaves and was found by a girl with a white face.
(d) He hid behind the tipi of a capured white girl.
3. Why does Raven promise not to tell Fools Crow's secret?
(a) Fools Crow threatens to kill Raven if he does tell.
(b) It increases Pikunis power to believe one so strong walks among them.
(c) It is important to forget the past and focus on the present.
(d) Red Paint begs Raven not to tell so Fools Crow will not be shamed.
4. In Chapter 9, who said, "That's the way it is now. All the breathing things are gone--except for us. But hurry, brother, for I feel my strength slipping away."
(a) The wolverine in Kills-close-to-the-lake's dream.
(b) Yellow Kidney to White Man's Dog.
(c) Fast Horse, just before he leaves with all his belongings.
(d) The wolverine in White Man's Dog's dream.
5. Whose gossip does Heavy Shield Woman look forward to hearing?
(a) Kills-close-to-the-lake's gossip.
(b) Fast Horse's gossip.
(c) White Grass Woman's gossip.
(d) Red Paint's gossip.
Short Answer Questions
1. What news do the visitors bring to the Lone Eaters' camp?
2. How do we know that Fast Horse is finally beginning to show some honor?
3. Who or what is the Napikwans?
4. What does Raven want Fools Crow to do about the evil Napikwan hunter, and why?
5. What are the three major themes of this story?
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