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Multiple Choice Questions

1. Why does the brave, White Man's Dog, fear that no woman will find him attractive as a husband?
(a) He has a scar on his face.
(b) He has a poor self-image.
(c) He has never had a vision.
(d) He does not have any wealth to offer.

2. 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?
(a) The theme of "boys will be boys."
(b) The theme of "love and dreams."
(c) The theme of "loss and change."
(d) The theme of "nature versus nurture."

3. Does Fools Crow tell the Lone Eater Camp what he did to the Napikwan?
(a) No, he is too ashamed to admit what he did to the Napikwan hunter.
(b) Yes, but he does not tell the whole story of the Napikwan hunter.
(c) Yes, he tells them that due to the instructions of the Raven in his dream, he has killed a Napikwan hunter.
(d) No, because Raven told him to keep secret what he had to do to the Napikwan hunter.

4. Why does Raven promise not to tell Fools Crow's secret?
(a) Fools Crow threatens to kill Raven if he does tell.
(b) It is important to forget the past and focus on the present.
(c) Red Paint begs Raven not to tell so Fools Crow will not be shamed.
(d) It increases Pikunis power to believe one so strong walks among them.

5. Who is Heavy Shield Woman?
(a) White Man's Dog's sister.
(b) Eagle Rib's daughter.
(c) Fast Horse's mother.
(d) Yellow Kidney's wife.

6. Why would the author use so much Native American terminology in this story?
(a) To introduce the reader to the Native American culture.
(b) To create an atmosphere of mystery.
(c) To show how knowledgable the author is about Native Americans.
(d) To confuse the reader.

7. Who would Red Paint and White Man's Dog like to give the honor of naming the baby to?
(a) Fox Eyes.
(b) Rides-at-the-door.
(c) Yellow Kidney.
(d) Crows Foot.

8. What reaction does White Man's Dog have to the battle as they ride away?
(a) He sings his victory song.
(b) He vomits.
(c) He cries.
(d) He laughs and cheers with his companions.

9. What is it about White Man's Dog that Yellow Kidney likes in spite of his unlucky reputation?
(a) White Man's Dog projects a steadiness and calmness.
(b) White Man's Dog is wise beyond his years.
(c) White Man's Dog is an entertaining traveling companion.
(d) White Man's Dog always does what he is told.

10. Why does White Man's Dog blame himself for Yellow Kidney's disfigurement?
(a) Because he did not go into the camp with Yellow Kidney.
(b) Because only he could have dreamed where Yellow Kidney was being held.
(c) Because he should have returned and looked for Yellow Kidney.
(d) Because if he had told his dream, they would have turned back.

11. What does Fools Crow do with the injured rider that approached him at the beginning of Chapter 16?
(a) He takes him to his father, Boss Ribs, to be healed.
(b) He takes him back to Owl Child, who is his friend.
(c) He takes him to the medicine man and asks him for advice.
(d) He takes him to his lodge to nurse him back to health.

12. What does Rides-at-the-door think they should do about the Napikwans?
(a) He thinks they should leave them alone.
(b) He thinks they should pray and hold a cleansing ritual.
(c) He thinks they should move the camp farther from the Napikwans.
(d) He thinks they should join Fast Horse and Owl Child and fight the Napikwans.

13. What are the three major themes of this story?
(a) The themes of obedience, pride and embracing change.
(b) The themes of love, respect and loss of innocence.
(c) The themes of belief, superstition and consequence.
(d) The themes of dreams, honor, and of loss and change.

14. Where did Yellow Kidney hide that was a fulfillment of White Man's Dog's dream?
(a) He hid under some leaves and was found by a girl with a white face.
(b) He hid behind the tipi of a capured white girl.
(c) He hid behind a white horse that belonged to a white girl.
(d) He hid in a lodge under a blanket with a girl who had the white scabs disease.

15. What attributes does White Man's Dog hope to gain by painting his body with yellow pigment?
(a) He hopes to gain an advantage over his friend, Fast Horse.
(b) He hopes to gain power and wealth.
(c) He hopes to gain speed and endurance.
(d) He hopes to gain strength and cunning.

Short Answer Questions

1. Who of the three who ventured into the heart of the Crow camp is the first to catch up to White Man's Dog?

2. In the beginning of Chapter 7, three riders enter the Pikunis camp riding on what?

3. Which of the following characteristics is revealed by the way Fast Horse handles and reacts to his dreams?

4. What does Fast Horse vow to do to appease Cold Maker, whom they have offended?

5. What structure does White Man's Dog enter in his dream?

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