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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. What year does Dr. Summer meet Hatter Fox?
(a) 1989.
(b) 1981.
(c) 1965.
(d) 1973.

2. Where does Dr. Summer become a doctor when he first meets Hatter?
(a) The Bureau of Indian Health.
(b) The Bureau of Indian Affairs.
(c) The New Mexico Health Center.
(d) A free Indian Health Clinic.

3. Why does Dr. Summer decide to leave for a few days?
(a) He has to care for a sick family member.
(b) He is asked to leave for a few days by his boss.
(c) He is disturbed by the violence involved in his job.
(d) He is recovering after Hatter attacks him.

4. What does Hatter do as Dr. Summer is attempting to leave?
(a) She claws his face.
(b) She jumps on him, gripping him with her legs so he cannot leave.
(c) She jumps on his back.
(d) All of these.

5. When does the psychiatrist say Dr. Summer can see Hatter?
(a) The next day.
(b) That afternoon.
(c) The following week.
(d) He says Dr. Summer cannot see Hatter.

6. How does the psychiatrist explain Hatter's extreme punishment?
(a) She had injured another inmate.
(b) She had slashed twelve mattresses the day before.
(c) All of these.
(d) She had attempted to escape.

7. From whose perspective is this story written?
(a) A narrator's point of view.
(b) Hatter Fox.
(c) Dr. Summer.
(d) Hatter's mother.

8. To what Indian tribe does Hatter Fox belong?
(a) Navajo.
(b) Squaw.
(c) Apache.
(d) Colorado.

9. What does Dr. Summer do in Hatter's cell while she sleeps?
(a) Both of these.
(b) Neither of these.
(c) Watches her sleep.
(d) Paces the floor.

10. What does Hatter do when Dr. Summer attempts to talk to her?
(a) She cries and apologizes.
(b) She refuses to speak to him at all.
(c) She chants in a low voice.
(d) She confides in him.

11. How does Dr. Summer describe the way Hatter is kept?
(a) All of these.
(b) In a windowless room.
(c) She is confined to a hospital bed.
(d) Her entire body is bound by leather straps.

12. What does Dr. Summer believe is killing Hatter Fox?
(a) The psychiatrist's ignorance.
(b) Claude's abuse.
(c) The bureaucratic rules of the Reformatory.
(d) All of these.

13. What does Dr. Summer bring with him when he returns to the Reformatory?
(a) Girlie magazines for Claude and his colleagues.
(b) A carton of cigarettes for Mango.
(c) A plastic comb, brush, and mirror set for Hatter.
(d) All of these.

14. What does Dr. Summer tell the Reformatory psychiatrist about Hatter Fox and Claude?
(a) Dr. Summer insinuates that Hatter and Claude are siblings.
(b) Dr. Summer insinuates that Hatter and Claude have a relationship.
(c) Dr. Summer insinuates that Claude is beating Hatter for no reason.
(d) Dr. Summer insinuates that Hatter has been raped.

15. What seems to be the motivation behind the head of the reformatory helping Hatter?
(a) He has been told he has no choice but to try to reform her.
(b) His flawless record of rehabilitation.
(c) None of these.
(d) A real concern for Hatter.

Short Answer Questions

1. Why is it thought that putting the girls in the "dog house" is an effective punishment?

2. Why does Hatter have an intravenous line?

3. How old is Hatter Fox at the beginning of the story?

4. What is Dr. Summer's first name?

5. Who does Dr. Summer stay with while he is gone?

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