Neither Wolf nor Dog: On Forgotten Roads with an Indian Elder Test | Final Test - Hard

Kent Nerburn
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Final Test - Hard

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This test consists of 5 short answer questions and 1 (of 3) essay topics.

Short Answer Questions

1. What was strewn around the base of the obelisk?

2. Why couldn't Dan speak or write, according to the grandfathers?

3. To what was the monument at Wounded Knee dedicated?

4. What did Dan take out of the trunk at Wounded Knee?

5. What was the object wrapped in a blanket that Grover took out of his trunk?

Essay Topics

Essay Topic 1

Choose two of these three topics:

1) Why did white men choose freedom and Indians choose honor to worship? Discuss the cages Dan brought up. Are white men really free?

2) How did Dan describe the treaties which were offered to the Indians?

3) How did the whites use words against the Indians?

Essay Topic 2

Choose two of these three topics:

1) Describe Sitting Bull's Monument. What was in front of it? Where was it located?

2) Write something about the Polish immigrant and his carving.

3) Describe the difference between leaders and rulers according to Dan.

Essay Topic 3

Choose two of these three topics:

1) Describe the Hippie family they saw at the truck stop. What indicated they were "Wannabes"? Why did they make Dan nervous but not Grover?

2) Which group, the HIppies or the Yuppies, did Dan dislike more? Why?

3) When the three were on the road again, what was it that Dan and Grover did that brought Nerburn to tears? To what did he compare it in his past?

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