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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. How is the reversal of roles succeeding between Beneditx and Palinor?
(a) It is not making Palinor come any closer to acknowledging a God.
(b) It is too early to tell.
(c) It is creating some doubt in Beneditx about God.
(d) It is creating some doubt in Palinor about no God.
2. What does Gillem offer to do?
(a) To kill the rapists.
(b) To carry Amara to the pen the nuns have for her.
(c) To kill Amara.
(d) To take Amara to his home.
3. About what do Palinor, Severo, and Beneditx speak?
(b) The difference between God and Angels.
4. What makes Josefa happy about Amara's question?
(a) That Amara is curious about God.
(b) That Amara can observe the difference between what Josefa does and what the other nuns do.
(c) That Amara remembers the past.
(d) That Amara understands the idea of being free.
5. What does Josefa teach Amara to do?
(a) Play chess.
(b) Play with jarts.
(c) Jump rope.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Severo decide to do with the wolf child?
2. Why is Beneditx angry?
3. Who is there to greet Severo when he returns to the Cuidad?
4. What is one problem about Amara as far as the nuns are concerned?
5. Why does Severo take Amara to the nunnery at Sant Clara?
Short Essay Questions
1. For what is Beneditx noted?
2. What does Palinor tell Beneditx about the need to explain everything?
3. How does Amara get away from the convent?
4. Why is Beneditx angry and what does he remember about his mother's anger?
5. Who is waiting for Severo when he returns home?
6. What does Palinor say about men who break the law?
7. What about Gaspar and his life does Severo think of while he is riding to see Palinor?
8. What does Severo suggest to Beneditx?
9. What does Severo tell the nuns about Amara's suffering?
10. What is the creature, the nervados, tracked doing when they see it and what happens in the first few minutes?
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