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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 lived along the Shores of Loneliness?
(a) Sea gulls and pelicans.
(b) Crabs and sea gulls.
(c) Snakes and crabs.
2. Who else did the Shepherd say had come the way of the desert by the pyramids?
(a) Abraham and Moses.
(b) Abraham and Joseph.
(c) Issac and Jacob.
(d) Joseph and Joshua.
3. How did Much-Afraid feel at the first sight of the majestic mountains?
(a) All the answers are correct.
(b) She fell to her knees and worshiped.
(c) She was in awe of their beauty.
(d) She was filled with joy and thankfulness.
4. Where did Much-Afraid and the twin sisters spend the night the first night of their ascent?
(a) They took turns.
(b) In a tent.
(c) On a rock.
(d) In a cave.
5. Why was Pride chosen for his designated task in the chapter, "Encounters with Pride"?
(a) He was too proud to admit defeat and wouldn't give up.
(b) He was handsome and could woo Much-Afraid.
(c) He was quick and would kidnap her.
(d) The Shepherd liked him.
Short Answer Questions
1. How does Much-Afraid react to the companions the Shepherd chose for her on her journey to the High Places?
2. What words had the Shepherd told Much-Afraid about when the flower bloomed in her heart?
3. When Pride catches up with Much-Afraid on the Shores of Loneliness, who was with him?
4. Feeling her resolve to make the journey to the High Places weakened by Pride's words, who did Much-Afraid call upon for help?
5. What did Much-Afraid do to Self-Pity when he said the word "bruising"?
Short Essay Questions
1. What type of disfigurements did Much-Afraid have?
2. What did Much-Afraid do when she heard she had missed the Shepherd?
3. How did the Shepherd compare the flow of a stream downward to what people on the High Places of Love can do?
4. How does the name "Much-Afraid" fit the main character's persona?
5. The next time Much-Afraid was confronted by one of the Fearlings it was at the Old Sea Wall. What happened?
6. What did Much-Afraid fear most about her family?
7. Why is Much-Afraid so unwilling to have the twins, Sorrow and Suffering, as her companions on the journey to the High Places?
8. With whom was Much-Afraid to struggle as she walked along the Shores of Loneliness?
9. What happened when Much-Afraid was trapped at the cliff on the Shores of Loneliness?
10. Where was the Shepherd going to take Much-Afraid to get away from her family and start a new life?
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