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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. 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) She plucked the flower from her heart and laid it on the altar.
(c) She gathered sticks and leaves and put them on the altar with nothing else.
(d) Her heart with the little golden flower.
2. What did Much-Afraid realize about her climb to the High Places?
(a) She had to ride a donkey to get up the hills.
(b) It was steeper than she anticipated.
(c) She wanted to return home because it was too hard.
(d) It was a bumpy road.
3. Who is Acceptance-with-Joy?
(a) Acceptance-with-Joy is a flower the Shepherd picks for Much-Afraid.
(b) Acceptance-with-Joy is Much-Afraid's new name.
(c) Acceptance-with-Joy is to be Much-Afraid's new companion.
(d) Acceptance-with-Joy is the yellow flower rising out of the desert.
4. Where does the Shepherd plant the seed?
(a) At the foot of the mountains.
(b) In the fertile soil of the valley.
(c) In the infertile soil of the valley.
(d) In the main character's heart.
5. Who did Much-Afraid and the twin sisters see when they reached the top of the precipice?
(a) The Shepherd.
(c) All five of the Fearlings.
(d) Craven Fear.
Short Answer Questions
1. What did Much-Afraid and her companions find as they drew closer to the mountainside?
2. What did Pride do to Much-Afraid that caused her pain as she continued her journey to the High Places?
3. What did Suffering do to help Much-Afraid after the fall on the precipice?
4. Who did Much-Afraid see when she looked over the edge of the precipice?
5. What did the Shepherd say to Much-Afraid as they walked among the flowers?
Short Essay Questions
1. As one begins reading, what is quickly realized about the names of the people in the story?
2. After fearing she missed her appointment with the Shepherd, what did Much-Afraid do that was so unlike her?
3. Where was the Shepherd going to take Much-Afraid to get away from her family and start a new life?
4. What did Much-Afraid do to show she accepted the Shepherd's seeming change of direction that took her and her companions to the desert?
5. What did Much-Afraid find growing in her heart?
6. How did the Shepherd compare the flow of a stream downward to what people on the High Places of Love can do?
7. What was the Shepherd's advice before he left Much-Afraid at the Shore of Loneliness?
8. How did Much-Afraid deal with the frightening picture Craven Fear had created about going up the steep precipice?
9. The next time Much-Afraid was confronted by one of the Fearlings it was at the Old Sea Wall. What happened?
10. What deterred the Fearling family from their evil plot to prevent Much-Afraid from leaving with the Shepherd?
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