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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 Mr. Wyckoff?
(a) The town mayor.
(b) A visiting dignitary.
(c) The principal of Rachel's school.
(d) An inspector from the Board of Health.
2. What type of racing does Rachel watch in Chapter 12?
(a) A childrens footrace.
(b) Horse racing.
(c) Greyhound racing.
(d) Boat racing.
3. What do Dorothy and Henry often argue about?
(a) The lack of trust in their relationship.
(b) What to spend their money on.
(c) Henry's family.
(d) Who to blame for Rachel's condition.
4. Who is Miss Johnson?
(a) Rachel's neighbor.
(b) Rachel's teacher.
(c) Rachel's tutor.
(d) Rachel's dance instructor.
5. What does the government in charge declare itself in Chapter 4?
(a) The State of Hawaii.
(b) The Democratic Republic of Hawaii.
(c) The Nation of Hawaii.
(d) The Republic of Hawaii.
Short Answer Questions
1. Where is Rachel transferred after Kalihi?
2. Who declares a Provisional Government in Chapter 4?
3. Whose bed is empty at the end of Chapter 6?
4. What do Rachel's classmates call leprosy?
5. Who is the letter from that Haleola reads while Pono sleeps in Chapter 7?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why are lepers quarantined on Moloka'i?
2. What does Dorothy find as she is cleaning Rachel after a fight with Sarah?
3. Why did Haleola come to Moloka'i? What does she do there?
4. Why does Rachel want to return to Moloka'i after sneaking away?
5. Where does Wyckoff take Rachel in Chapter 3? What does he collect there?
6. What happens when Rachel follows Moko to his house?
7. How does Mother Marianne react when she sees the girls returning from the party in Chapter 10?
8. After Pono's death, what does Haleola ask Rachel?
9. Why does Catherine take Henry to Kalawao during his visit to Moloka'i? What family news does Henry share with Rachel during his visit?
10. Why does Sister Catherine slap Rachel in Chapter 7?
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