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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. How does the Shepherd refer to the journey through the desert?
(a) The furnace of fire.
(b) The ring of fire.
(c) The secret of fire and ice.
(d) The burning coals of sand.
2. How did Much-Afraid and her companions cross the place in the path that had completely broken away?
(a) A plank had been laid across the open area.
(b) Someone built a stone bridge.
(c) They jumped.
(d) They swung from ropes.
3. After seeing what was growing in her heart, Much-Afraid built another altar and laid what upon it?
(a) She put her bag of stones on the altar.
(b) Her heart with the little golden flower.
(c) She gathered sticks and leaves and put them on the altar with nothing else.
(d) She plucked the flower from her heart and laid it on the altar.
4. Where does Much-Afraid want to go?
(a) To the High Places.
(b) To the valley.
(c) To the Shepherd's fields.
(d) To the foot of the mountains.
5. Who rescued Much-Afraid when she finally called for help?
(a) Mrs. Valiant, Much-Afraid's neighbor.
(b) The Shepherd.
(c) Her sisters.
(d) Her aunt.
6. What appeared above the steep wall of rock?
(a) A deer and a rabbit.
(b) A row of flowers leading the way.
(c) A donkey to ride up the mountain path.
(d) A double rainbow.
7. What does the Shepherd tell Much-Afraid she must learn on her journey?
(a) How to leap high and swiftly.
(b) The alphabet of Love and develop hinds' feet.
(c) How to grow the flowers of Love.
(d) The alphabet of the High Place.
8. What did Much-Afraid promise the Shepherd after she found him at the trysting place?
(a) That she would not make him wait again.
(b) That she would marry him.
(c) That she would go with him on his next trip to the mountains.
(d) That she would go with him anywhere.
9. While at the foot of the precipice, what did Suffering finally do to get Much-Afraid to call the Shepherd?
(a) She sat down and cried with her.
(b) She pricked her with a sharp knife.
(c) She shook her until she saw reason.
(d) She called for him herself.
10. After Much-Afraid took a walk alone on the Shores of Loneliness and her enemies showed up again, what did Much-Afraid do?
(a) She tried to climb down, but couldn't.
(b) She tried to push them over the edge.
(c) She picked up more rocks to throw at them.
(d) She jumped over them when they came at her.
11. What did She do after the Shepherd spoke to her?
(a) She went with Pride back to the Valley.
(b) She sat down and rested.
(c) She held out both her hands to Sorrow and Suffering.
(d) She held out her hands to the Shepherd.
12. Where did the Chief Shepherd pasture His sheep?
(a) In the High Places.
(b) In the Valley of Peace and Contentment.
(c) In the Valley of Humiliation.
(d) In the Fearling's fields.
13. What was on the table beside Much-Afraid?
(a) An old song book.
(b) A music box.
(c) A letter from the Shepherd saying, "good-bye."
(d) Her clock.
14. How was Much-Afraid injured as they climbed the precipice and fell?
(a) She skinned her hands.
(b) She was badly shaken and cut her knees.
(c) She fainted.
(d) She sprained her ankle.
15. Who is Acceptance-with-Joy?
(a) Acceptance-with-Joy is Much-Afraid's new name.
(b) Acceptance-with-Joy is a flower the Shepherd picks for Much-Afraid.
(c) Acceptance-with-Joy is the yellow flower rising out of the desert.
(d) Acceptance-with-Joy is to be Much-Afraid's new companion.
Short Answer Questions
1. What did the Shepherd ask Much-Afraid after showing her the potter working clay?
2. What happens when Much-Afraid begins to have doubts about the journey to the High Places?
3. What did Much-Afraid do to Self-Pity when he said the word "bruising"?
4. When being held against her will by her relatives, what did Much-Afraid do to get help?
5. What awakened Much-Afraid from her sleep the night after the foiled abduction?
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