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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapter 15, The Stikine Ice Cap.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What was the similar experience that led to both of these stories of drop out and adventure?
(a) Both of them graduated from Emory University.
(b) Both of them had issues with their family life.
(c) Both of them were classical musicians.
(d) Both of them drove Yellow Datsons.
2. In what area do people who knew Chris agree that he was inexperienced?
(a) Having a relationship with a girl.
(b) Managing money.
(c) Cooking for himself.
(d) Living off the land.
3. What information does Gallien provide the police?
(a) That Alex's real name was Chris McCandless.
(b) That the young man had called himself Alex and had come from South Dakota.
(c) That Alex was coughing bad when he dropped him off.
(d) That Alex had mentioned a friend named Ron in California.
4. What connection did Jim Gallien make when he read the article about Chris's death?
(a) Chris was the young hitchhiker he had given a ride to the Stampede Trail.
(b) The empty bag of rice the article said the police found in the bus reminded him of the hitchhiker he'd picked up.
(c) The .22-caliber rifle they found in the bus was the same as the hitchhiker's he'd given a ride to.
(d) The rubber boots the news article mentioned were the ones he'd given Chris.
5. At the time of publication of the notice of Chris's death, what problem did the police have?
(a) They had no response from the public about the body.
(b) They had been unable to identify him.
(c) They had beed unable to get the body out.
(d) They did not have forensic labs in that part of Alaska.
Short Answer Questions
1. What did Gallien know about city people who came to do what Chris had in mind?
2. What did Gallien notice about Chris's boots?
3. What did Gallien think about Chris's weapon?
4. What prevented Jan and Bob from going to Bullhead City to pick Chris up?
5. Why did Chris decide to go to San Diego?
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