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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. What object comforts Thomas?
(a) A bit of wood he carved as a child.
(b) The embroidered scrap of cloth.
(c) The Singer's staff.
(d) A wooden toy carved by his father.
2. What is Thomas' job in the Edifice?
(a) To teach others to read.
(b) To serve the residents of the Edifice.
(c) To tend the flocks of the Guardians.
(d) To carve intricate items out of wood.
3. Which council member saw Kira's father die?
4. What comforts Kira's aching fingers one evening in Chapter 9?
(a) Ointment from her mother's belongings.
(b) Warm water from the bath.
(c) Rubbing them in wool.
(d) Her embroidered scrap of cloth.
5. What claim does Annabella make in Chapter 11 that shocks Kira?
(a) There are no beasts in the forest.
(b) She will forge the future of their people.
(c) Jamison is her father.
(d) Blue dye does not exist.
Short Answer Questions
1. Which character is waiting for Kira during the trial's lunch break in Chapter 4?
2. By law, what punishment does Kira's society give for murder?
3. Who is waiting for Kira inside the Edifice in Chapter 6?
4. What other object of her mother's does Kira find in Matt's bundle?
5. What building does Kira visit after leaving the Council Edifice?
Short Essay Questions
1. What comforts Kira on her first night away from home?
2. What realization do Kira and Thomas come to about the beasts in Chapter 11?
3. Describe Kira's home after she returns from the Field of Leaving.
4. What does Matt manage to save from Kira's cott before it is burned?
5. Describe Vandara.
6. Describe what is known about the character Thomas by the end of Chapter 7.
7. Why does Jamison bring out the Singer's robe and question Kira about her embroidery skills?
8. Describe the confrontation between Vandara and Kira in Chapter 2.
9. What is the significance of names in Kira's society?
10. Describe what is known about the character Jamison by the end of Chapter 4.
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