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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does the tribe use for instruments?
(b) ready made drum sets.
(c) found objects.
2. What do The Real People celebrate instead of birthdays?
(a) tribal accomplishments.
(b) religious holidays.
(c) individual efforts.
(d) moving into deeper awareness.
3. What object stays tantalizingly out of walking distance?
(a) an oasis.
(b) a gray rain cloud.
(c) a small town.
(d) a herd of horses.
4. According to Ooota, what is regarded as neither greater or lesser than any other?
5. With whom does the author share her destiny?
(a) Secret Keeper.
(b) Memory Keeper.
(c) Regal Black Swan.
(d) Spirit Woman.
6. What does the author catch herself doing regarding her thinking pattern?
(a) she's permanently altered her mind.
(b) she's slid back into old ways of thinking.
(c) she's changed her mindset.
(d) she goes in and out of thought.
7. What does the cave represent?
(a) the interconnection of all people, actions, and events.
(b) the solidarity of each life.
(c) the power of the underworld.
(d) the inescapable presence of the Oneness.
8. What is the author allowed to leave on the time-keeping wall in the sacred cave?
(a) a lock of her hair.
(b) her handprint.
(c) her signature.
(d) her rock.
9. What kind of music is performed?
10. Who does the author learn are getting ready to allow their souls to join the Great Oneness?
(a) the mutant world.
(b) The Aborigine People.
(c) the tribe.
(d) the elders of The Real People.
11. What talent does Spirit Woman reveal to the author?
(a) interpret dreams.
(b) write songs.
(c) heal the sick.
(d) care for children.
12. What does the author hallucinate about on the third day without water, food, or shelter?
(a) the tribal members unkindness.
(b) her friends back home.
(c) her childhood and family.
(d) her health deteriorating.
13. What does that author feel after the tribe has lost most of their belongings?
(a) a sudden emptiness.
(b) a lack of attachment.
(c) a cry for help.
(d) a yearning for what was lost.
14. What does the author express gratitude to for insight?
(a) Female Healer.
(b) Great Stone Hunter.
(d) the Oneness.
15. With whom does the author break off a relationship upon returning?
(a) her father.
(c) her landlord.
(d) her daughter.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does the author do as the tribe is butchering the camel and preserving the blood, organs, kins, and meat?
2. What lesson does the kangaroo teach?
3. What does the author borrow money for?
4. How much of the bird is used by The Real People?
5. What does the eat for a meal after finding the pool of water?
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