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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What is the subtitle of the book?
(a) A Woman's Impact on Dreamtime Australia.
(b) A Woman's Spiritual Quest.
(c) A Dream in Australia.
(d) A Women's Journey into Dreamtime Australia.
2. Where does a walkabout take place?
(a) wherever it is assigned.
(b) in the Outback.
(c) in a colony.
(d) in a village.
3. According to the tribe, what parts of the human being are universally connected?
(a) body, mind, and spirit.
(b) heart, mind, and spirit.
(c) spirit, thought, and body.
(d) thought, body, and heart.
4. What does the author immediately suffer injuries to from thorny grass called spinifex?
(a) her shoulders.
(b) her calves.
(c) her feet.
(d) her face.
5. What is the author learning to do in ways she had never learned before?
(a) to love and care for others.
(b) to love and care for herself.
(c) to forgive herself.
(d) to feed herself physically and spiritually.
6. What did the author design in order to help young Aborigines to take a position and use their skills?
(a) a training camp.
(b) a school.
(c) a business.
(d) a church.
7. What is the book primarily inspired after?
(a) actual experience.
(d) a spiritual desire.
8. What is the author told she needs to select from the pile?
(a) a rock.
(b) a leaf.
(c) a brick.
(d) a piece of wood.
9. What name does the tribe give the author?
(a) Story Teller.
(c) Sewing Master.
(d) Bee Keeper.
10. What does the author hope will someday happen between Native people and western culture?
(a) they will work together to heal.
(b) a new way of being will emerge.
(c) they will understand each other.
(d) a full circle of knowledge will unite.
11. How does a human being give honor to their universally connected being?
(a) by loving.
(b) by taking.
(c) by giving.
(d) by creating.
12. What does the author decide to do when Ooota takes the lead on the walkabout?
(a) to let Ooota lead freely.
(b) to commit to the experience.
(c) to only go so far .
(d) to go one mile.
13. What literary category does the book fall into?
14. What kind of attention does the author's work receive?
(c) it is disregarded as racist.
(d) it is ignored.
15. Why is the author invited to move to Australia?
(a) to work with children.
(b) to work with the healthcare system.
(c) to work with employing sustainable agriculture.
(d) to reform the Aborigines.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does the author learn about the communication between all living things?
2. What is beginning to ease for the author?
3. What does the author have to forgive herself for?
4. What does the author refer to when she speaks of the one experience in Australia that has made her unhappy?
5. Who does the man who reads the author's palm say she will meet while she is in Australia?
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