Short Answer Key
A Pushover Job, In the Night
1. What did the narrator compare the hills to in "A Pushover Job"?
Loaves of sugar.
2. In "A Pushover Job," which northern tree did the narrator state that he loved the most?
The dwarf cedar.
3. Because of the barrenness of the winter, as described in "A Pushover Job," how far could a person be seen from?
Half a mile away.
4. During what months would the dwarf cedar tree rise up from the ground?
March or April.
5. Where were the needles of the dwarf cedar tree taken to?
A "vitamin factory."
6. What did the two men, from "A Pushover Job," place into the bag of pine needles?
7. At the beginning of "In The Night," what had just ended?
8. In "In the Night," what was Glebov in no hurry to swallow?
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