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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapter 17, An Orgota Creation Myth.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Where does Genly think about going next, and where does he actually decide to go?
(a) The Gobrin Ice/the Pering Ice.
(b) Orgoreyn/the Fastnesses.
(c) The Pering Ice/the Gobrin Ice.
(d) The Fastnesses/Orgoreyn.
2. How does Estraven acquire the initial supplies and food for the winter journey?
(a) He acquires them before freeing Genly and hides them for later access.
(b) He goes hunting.
(c) He steals them in Turuf.
(d) He buys them in Turuf.
3. After Genly is captured and imprisoned in a work camp, what happens to him every five days and what is the consequence?
(a) He is physically tortured; he eventually dies because of it.
(b) He is drugged and interrogated; he eventually becomes seriously ill because of it.
(c) He is drugged and interrogated; he eventually dies because of it.
(d) He is physically tortured; he eventually becomes seriously ill because of it.
4. How does Estraven blackmail Shusgis?
(a) By telling him he (Estraven) is part of a plan to assassinate Tibe.
(b) By telling him that he (Estraven) was asked to assassinate him, but would rather protect him instead.
(c) By telling him he (Estraven) is part of a plan to assassinate Obsle and Yegey.
(d) By telling him he (Estraven) is part of a plan to assassinate Genly Ai.
5. What is the name of the place where Estraven is granted asylum, to which he must travel?
(a) Therem Harth.
(b) South Mishnory.
(c) The Township of Mishnory.
Short Answer Questions
1. How long ago did the High Priest compose the sayings in Chapter 12?
2. What is Estraven II known throughout history as for his actions?
3. What is the Foretellers' answer to the question that Genly asks them?
4. After his return to Erhenrang, Genly sends Tibe a note. What is in this note?
5. What does Genly carry in the case that he brings to his meeting with King Argaven?
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