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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. How does Estraven acquire the initial supplies and food for the winter journey?
(a) He goes hunting.
(b) He buys them in Turuf.
(c) He acquires them before freeing Genly and hides them for later access.
(d) He steals them in Turuf.
2. What is the Karhidish religion's viewpoint on good and evil?
(a) Both good and evil exist.
(b) There is only good; there is no evil.
(c) There is neither good nor evil.
(d) There is only evil; there is no good.
3. In his continued arrogance, what does Genly refer to himself as, in comparison with Estraven?
(a) He considers himself a mule and Estraven a stallion.
(b) He considers himself a stallion and Estraven a pesthry.
(c) He considers himself an owl and Estraven a pigeon.
(d) He considers himself a stallion and Estraven a mule.
4. What happens in Orgoreyn after Agraven confronts the Commensals about what they did to Genly?
(a) Many Commensals are replaced, Obsle's party takes control, and Tibe resigns.
(b) The Commensals send assassins to kill Agraven and Tibe is appointed king.
(c) Many Commensals are replaced, Faxe takes control, and Tibe is executed.
(d) Many Commensals are replaced, Yegey's party takes control, and Tibe resigns.
5. By the end of Chapter 16, what has happened to Estraven?
(a) He has lost all patience with Genly.
(b) He has gone into dothe.
(c) He has gone into kemmer.
(d) He is starving himself.
Short Answer Questions
1. According to the Orgota creation myth, what will happen to the world at its end?
2. Whom does Estraven believe the people of Orgoreyn fear?
3. What does Genly do in Chapter 19 that he would not allow himself to do in Chapter 16?
4. In the beginning, how were the hills and valleys made?
5. After Genly comes to live in Mishnory, what does Estraven find strange about how the local government is handling the presence of a First Mobile in their town?
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