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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Part 3, Chapters 22-24.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Who does White Man's Dog daydream about that makes him feel shame?
(a) His father's first wife.
(b) His father's third wife.
(c) His best friend's sweetheart.
(d) His father's second wife.
2. Who would Red Paint and White Man's Dog like to give the honor of naming the baby to?
(a) Yellow Kidney.
(c) Crows Foot.
(d) Fox Eyes.
3. In Chapters 5 and 6, which of the following is NOT something the author has revealed to the reader about the Pikunis culture?
(a) That the Pikunis value craftiness.
(b) That a Pikunis healer could be either a medicine man or a medicine woman.
(c) That honor plays an important role in the Pikunis culture.
(d) That the Pikunis believe that not acting or believing on a dream can change the direction of lives.
4. Which of the Pikunis go into the heart of the Crow camp?
(a) White Man's Dog, Fast Horse and Eagle Ribs.
(b) Yellow Kidney, Eagle Ribs and Fast Horse.
(c) White Man's Dog, Eagle Ribs and Yellow Kidney.
(d) Yellow Kidney, White Man's Dog and Fast Horse.
5. What does Fast Horse vow to do to appease Cold Maker, whom they have offended?
(a) Fast Horse vows to make Red Paint medicine woman.
(b) Fast Horse vows to kill the chief of the Crows.
(c) Fast Horse vows to find Yellow Kidney.
(d) Fast Horse vows to bring two robes for Cold Maker's daughters.
Short Answer Questions
1. What happens when White Man's Dog tries to talk to Fast Horse about the possibility that Cold Maker could be holding Yellow Kidney until Fast Horse fulfills his vow?
2. Who is outside of Running Fisher's lodge, eavesdropping on lovemaking sounds?
3. Who does Rides-at-the-door think should be banished from the Lone Eaters?
4. What do Red Paint and White Man's Dog plan to name their baby?
5. Why can't White Man's Dog tell about Fast Horse's dream and vow as he would like?
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