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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. What is symbolic of Western culture's emphasis on the unnecessary over the basic?
(a) spouses and children.
(b) gravy and icing.
(c) cars and houses.
(d) clothes and jewelry.
2. Who is the author met by when she arrives?
(a) an Aborigine.
(b) a tour guide.
(c) a hotel concierge.
(d) the driver.
3. What does Ooota suddenly do and just assume that the author will follow in suit?
4. How does a human being give honor to their universally connected being?
(a) by taking.
(b) by giving.
(c) by creating.
(d) by loving.
5. What is the only indication of injury that the Great Stone Hunter bears the morning after?
(a) a fine, dark scar.
(b) panic and anxiety.
(c) he is depressed.
Short Answer Questions
1. What was the author told about how the Aborigines in Australia are regarded?
2. What does the man who reads the author's palm say about about the birth of the person she will meet'?
3. What do the tribesman cook that the author thinks she cannot eat?
4. What does the young man drink that makes him sick?
5. What is the name of the native Australian people?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why does the author give herself the talent-name of "Dung-Collector"?
2. What is the thematic pattern that is apparent in this quest narrative?
3. What does the young man who reads her palm tell the author about why she has come to Australia?
4. What does the author suggest about indigenous people?
5. What does the author feel as Ooota simply starts walking without any announcement?
6. Explain what Ooota means when he says that mental telepathy is the preferred means of communication for The Real People (Aborigines)?
7. Desribe the journey Marlo is about to undertake?
8. What is the brief disclaimer given by the author?
9. How is Great Stone Hunter healed?
10. What do the Aborigines speak of doing as a desire to change the trajectory of their future?
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