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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Part 2, Chapters 11-12.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What are the three major themes of this story?
(a) The themes of obedience, pride and embracing change.
(b) The themes of belief, superstition and consequence.
(c) The themes of love, respect and loss of innocence.
(d) The themes of dreams, honor, and of loss and change.
2. Who is the main protagonist in this story around whose life this story revolves?
(a) Fast Horse.
(b) White Man's Dog.
3. How does Red Paint feel about her husband going to war with the war party?
(a) She is scared and does not want him to go.
(b) She is confident that he will bring honor to the family.
(c) She wants him to go so he can get revenge for Yellow Kidney's mutilation.
(d) She is nervous, but proud that he is going.
4. What does Fast Horse vow to do to appease Cold Maker, whom they have offended?
(a) Fast Horse vows to bring two robes for Cold Maker's daughters.
(b) Fast Horse vows to kill the chief of the Crows.
(c) Fast Horse vows to find Yellow Kidney.
(d) Fast Horse vows to make Red Paint medicine woman.
5. What news does White Man's Dog deliver to the other Pikunis camps during his travels?
(a) Fast Horse's role in Yellow Kidney's misfortune.
(b) Heavy Shield Woman's vow to be Medicine Woman.
(c) The Napikwan's encroachment into the Pikunis lands.
(d) White Man's Dog's upcoming marriage ceremony.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does White Man's Dog see in his dream just before he wakes up?
2. Which of the following characteristics is revealed by the way Fast Horse handles and reacts to his dreams?
3. Who does White Man's Dog want to take for his wife?
4. Why does Yellow Kidney include White Man's Dog in the raiding party heading for the Crow camp?
5. In Part 1, Chapters 1 and 2, what theme is being introduced through the encroachment of the Napikwans, the development of the characters, and is further emphasized through the point of view of Rides-at-the Door?
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