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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. The darkness of the night "lifting" coincides with Sister Mary's discovery that:
(a) She had not awakened any of the nuns with her clarinet.
(b) Gordie had not killed his wife, but a deer.
(c) Gordie had run away and was no longer a threat.
(d) Gordie was a drunk who needed her help.
2. Grandma Kashpaw shows Lipsha the hiding place for her money because:
(a) She thinks he needs money to buy his way out of the army.
(b) She is afraid the money will be stolen.
(c) She wants him to help her protect the money.
(d) She is indirectly offering him the money.
3. The fact that Lyman cannot keep the positions of the North and South Vietnamese soldiers straight implies:
(a) He is not concerned with the details of their war.
(b) He doesn't care where Henry went.
(c) He doesn't want to know about Henry's experiences in the war.
(d) Lyman has never been good with geography.
4. Lipsha thinks his love medicine didn't work because:
(a) Nector was destined to be with Lulu.
(b) It was only a deception.
(c) Nector refused to eat the turkey heart.
(d) He couldn't get the blessing of the priest.
5. Henry appears to be:
(a) A good-looking bus driver.
(b) A soldier her father knew.
(c) A soldier and a Chippewa.
(d) One of her old family friends.
6. Henry shrieks when Albertine touches him because:
(a) He can't remember where he is.
(b) He is furious that she woke him up.
(c) He is emotionally unstable.
(d) He thinks she is an animal.
7. Lyman Lamartine considers himself lucky because:
(a) He never has to work very hard.
(b) His ability to make money extends to his relatives and friends.
(c) He does not need money to survive.
(d) He has always been able to make money easily.
8. Henry is never still because:
(a) He is nervous about Albertine watching him.
(b) He is afraid of the authorities in Fargo.
(c) He is upset about leaving his family on the reservation.
(d) He is scarred from his experiences as a prisoner of war.
9. What final image connects Gordie to June's death?
(a) Gordie runs into the woods where he and June used to play as kids.
(b) He ends up crying and she died happily.
(c) He ends up in the open fields crying, and she died in an open field.
(d) Gordie's remorse is ironic because he was abusive to June.
10. Sister Mary uses her clarinet to:
(a) Remember her life before the convent.
(b) Drown her sorrows.
(c) Awaken the other nuns.
(d) Escape sleeplessness.
11. Eli's behavior toward Gordie suggests:
(a) He blames Gordie for June's death.
(b) He is exactly the same as Gordie.
(c) He has no patience for Gordie's alcholism.
(d) He cares for Gordie and is honest with him.
12. When Albertine suggests that for Gerry "it was perhaps the very first time in his life he had something to run for," the 'something' she refers to is:
(a) Dot and the baby.
(b) Freedom from prison.
(c) A new motorcycle.
(d) A place to hide with Dot.
13. As a child Lulu discovered:
(a) She was in love with Nector Kashpaw.
(b) Dead animals under the leaves in the woods.
(c) The body of a dead man in the woods.
(d) A hiding place to escape the government school.
14. Lulu believes she cannot cry because:
(a) She has been afraid to cry since she was a child.
(b) She doesn't understand why anyone cries.
(c) She used up all of her tears crying as a child.
(d) She doesn't actually love anyone other than herself.
15. The cold weather that drives Henry and Lyman back to the reservation after their visit to Alaska foreshadows:
(a) An unfortunate event is waiting for them at home.
(b) Their fun trip is over.
(c) Winter is approaching.
(d) Lyman's last chance to travel off the reservation.
Short Answer Questions
1. Marie's statement that Nector "has to have his candy" refers to:
2. At the hotel, Henry and Albertine sign the register as:
3. At the end of the chapter, Lipsha's intention is to:
4. Lipsha believes his grandmother will not blame him entirely for Nector's death because:
5. When Albertine says she "would never know how heavy a ton was unless it fell on [her]" she suggests:
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