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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does the group chant to convince Nelson they need guns in the village?
2. Who leads the group in opposition to Nelson?
(b) Neither of these.
(c) Both of these.
3. What prevents the narrator from attending the public debate on time?
(a) An injured leg.
(b) A deep cut on her hand.
(c) A terrible headache.
(d) A terrible stomach ache.
4. How does the narrator feel about her feelings for Nelson?
(a) She still considers him a very good friend, but isn't developing other feelings for her.
(b) She surprisingly feels little emotion.
(c) She is overjoyed and not worried at all.
(d) She is a little worried at how deeply she feels for him.
5. What profession are Harold and Julia a part of?
(a) They are mathematicians.
(b) They are actors.
(c) They are research scientists.
(d) They are English professors.
6. What omen does the village receive on the night the narrator moves into Nelson's home?
(a) A cool, clear night.
(b) A lion attack.
(c) A rainstorm.
(d) A windstorm.
7. What does Nelson's reaction to the narrator's attempts to cheer him up bring to the narrator's mind?
(a) Memories of the strong relationship she had with her mother.
(b) Memories of her mother's moodiness.
(c) Memories of the strong relationship she had with her father.
(d) Memories of her father's moodiness.
8. What is the narrator doing when a group of villagers, led by Hector, come to speak with Nelson?
(a) She is cleaning vegetables.
(b) She is sleeping.
(c) She is preparing breakfast.
(d) She is cutting Nelson's hair.
9. What tendencies does Nelson say males have in general?
(a) Neither of these.
(b) Both of these.
(c) Tendencies toward violence.
(d) Tendencies toward victimization of the weak.
10. How do part of the villagers prevent Nelson from being heard?
(a) They make barking noises while he speaks.
(b) They shout while he speaks.
(c) They moan loudly while he speaks.
(d) They laugh while he speaks.
11. What things have changed in Nelson's home between the time the narrator goes in to snoop and the first time Nelson invites her over?
(a) Furniture has been added.
(b) All of these.
(c) It has been cleaned up.
(d) A water storage tank has been added to the tub.
12. Why does the narrator attend some childbirths in the birthing house?
(a) To improve her midwifery skills.
(b) To represent Nelson, who is not allowed in.
(c) To bless the children as they are born.
(d) To prepare for her own birthing experience.
13. Who pretends to faint in order to stop the argument during the debate?
(d) The narrator.
14. What kind of new project does Nelson Denoon propose?
(a) An essay against violence.
(b) Something to outlaw secret bank accounts.
(c) All of these.
(d) Something to outlaw bank secrecy.
15. Who sends Harold and Julia to Tsau?
(a) Stanford University.
(b) The European Council.
(c) The British Council.
(d) The African Government.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who makes the statement "Time is an ape"?
2. What is an example of ideology where Nelson and the villagers in Tsau differ?
3. Who does the narrator pour her heart out to when she is upset?
4. How many horses are in Tsau?
5. Who pulls the villagers together to put on a performance?
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