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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 does Fra Murta do while on the island?
(a) He listens to Severo.
(b) He writes a jounal.
(c) He preaches from parish to parish.
(d) He reads and studies.
2. What does Severo ask Rafal to do?
(a) Find out where Amara is.
(b) Pray without ceasing.
(c) Watch Fra Murta at all times.
(d) Cook dinner for a large crowd.
3. Who does Amara say created her?
(b) She doesn't know.
(d) Her mother and father.
4. What does Beneditx tell Palinor about his idea of nonbelievers?
(a) That there are no nonbelievers.
(b) That they are criminals.
(c) That Palinor is the only one he has known.
(d) That Palinor has changed his mind about them.
5. What does Severo do when Amara answers Fra Murta's second set of questions?
(a) He cries.
(b) He runs away.
(c) He accuses her of being coached.
(d) He kills Fra Murta.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Fra Murta think of Palinor's descriptions of Aclar?
2. Who did the Christian encounter in Severo's dream?
3. How does Severo feel about Fra Murta?
4. Why was Pare Aldonza relieved of her duties at the convent?
5. What does Beneditx tell Palinor when he says it's impossible to know if God exists?
Short Essay Questions
1. Describe Severo's night the night before Palinor is burned.
2. What happened when Severo and Fra Murta question Amara for the second time?
3. What does Rafal tell Severo and what does Severo do?
4. Why does Severo turn Palinor over to Fra Murta?
5. What does Jamie do when he comes for Amara and what does he do with her?
6. How does Fra Murta finally get Palinor?
7. Describe Severo's dream and what he sees is the moral in it.
8. Why does Severo say the experiment with Amara is void?
9. How does Severo feel about Fra Murta and why?
10. Summarize the discussion between Severo and Fra Murta about conscience and Palinor.
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