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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. At first, what does Tamenund do?
(a) turns his back on Uncas
(b) calls Magua to tesitfy against Uncas
(c) demands that Uncas identify himself
(d) condemns Uncas to be tortured and killed
2. Where do the men spend the night?
(a) back at the cave
(b) in the French camp
(c) on the trail of the Iroquois
(d) in the ruin of Fort Henry
3. Who do the young men bring to the Delaware camp meeting?
(a) captured Hurons
(b) captured soldiers
(c) the three strangers
(d) their wives
4. What does Heywood tell Alice?
(a) that her father is waiting at Fort Edward
(b) that her father refuses to let them marry
(c) that her father is ill
(d) that her father has given permission for them to marry
5. Which main characters do not survive the battle?
(a) Alice and Heyward
(b) Chingachgook and Hawkeye
(c) Cora and Uncas
(d) Hawkeye and Uncas
Short Answer Questions
1. What is David's cryptic message to Heywood in the cave?
2. What makes the work of the men so dangerous?
3. What is Heywood left alone with in the cave?
4. How is the reunion meeting between Uncas and Chingachgook?
5. What keeps the young man safe in the village even though he is a captive.
Short Essay Questions
1. What do the hunters learn about Cora and Alice?
2. What ruse do Heyward and Hawkeye use to confuse the Delaware?
3. Tell about the Hurons' response to the Delaware declaration of war.
4. Why does Magua take Alice and not Cora when he leaves the Delaware village?
5. How does Chingachgook turn out to be the last of the Mohicans?
6. How do they smuggle Uncas out of the Huron village?
7. How do the men locate the trail of the Iroquois in hopes of finding Cora and Alice?
8. How does Heyward gain entrance into the Huron camp?
9. Describe the war dance in the Delaware camp.
10. What causes great excitement and consternation in the Delaware camp?
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