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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. Who is elected to the Mother Committee's second chair?
(a) Dorcas.
(b) The narrator.
(c) Dineo.
(d) Nelson.

2. What change does the new Mother Committee make?
(a) Men are now admitted to the Sekopololo.
(b) Men can now run for office.
(c) Men can serve on committees.
(d) Men can inherit land.

3. Who does Nelson bring gifts for the night he comes to get the narrator?
(a) Dorca.
(b) The narrator.
(c) Dineo.
(d) Mma Isang.

4. What does the narrator force Nelson to do out of frustration to jolt him out of his calm mental state?
(a) None of these.
(b) Write down his experience in the desert day-by-day.
(c) Return to the desert.
(d) Recall his experience in the desert day-by-day.

5. Who believes that the mysterious "lends itself too easily to liars and liars are the enemy"?
(a) Dineo.
(b) Nelson Denoon.
(c) The narrator.
(d) Mma Isang.

Short Answer Questions

1. What does the group chant to convince Nelson they need guns in the village?

2. What illness overtakes Nelson for forty-eight hours?

3. Where does Nelson ask the narrator to move into his home?

4. Where is the village of Tsau located?

5. How do part of the villagers prevent Nelson from being heard?

Short Essay Questions

1. Why does the narrator become so frustrated when she has Nelson back in Gaborone? What does this frustration lead her to?

2. What argument do Nelson and the narrator have the day after the debate? Why is this significant?

3. Describe two of the political happenings in Chapter Six. What is their significance?

4. What changes do we see in Nelson and the narrator as a result of Nelson's malaria?

5. What honor does the narrator receive in Tsau? How does she feel about what she's been asked to do?

6. Why does the narrator leave the villager's presentation of Lamentations of Women?

7. What does the narrator do the first time Nelson invites her to his house? Is this unexpected?

8. How does Nelson suggest to the narrator that they could stay in Tsau? Why? How does the narrator respond?

9. How does the narrator feel after Nelson is found in the desert and back in Tsau? What does this mean for their future?

10. What happens when the narrator invites Harold and Julia to their home for dinner?

(see the answer keys)

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