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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What kind of jewelry is Sierva wearing when she arrives at the convent?
2. What does Sierva predict during her first encounter with Cayetano?
(a) The Bishop will take her away.
(b) She will never be free again.
(c) She will be released soon.
(d) She will die soon.
3. In what state is Cayetano over Sierva during the Viceroy's visit?
(a) He feels disgusted by her.
(b) He is exhausted from trying to help her.
(c) He is obsessed with her.
(d) He despairs of her heresy.
4. In chapter four, what does Bernarda choose to do?
(a) Start an affair with Cayetano.
(b) Abandon her family for drugs.
(c) Force the Bishop to release her daughter.
(d) Abandons her drug use for her family.
5. What information does Dr. Abrenuncio impart to Cayetano?
(a) Sierva was abused by her mother.
(b) The history of rabies and whether Sierva is at risk.
(c) The town is gossiping about Cayetano's relationship with Sierva.
(d) Sierva is at risk for developing rabies.
6. What information does Cayetano give to the Bishop after the natural event of chapter four?
(a) He says that Sierva is manipulating everyone into believing she is possessed.
(b) He says that Sierva is possessed.
(c) He says that Sierva is not possessed.
(d) He says that Sierva is being abused.
7. In Cayetano's dream, what is Sierva eating?
8. How was food brought to the convent during the fighting between the Bishop and the Santa Clara convent in the earlier centuries?
(a) Bundles thrown from the trees.
(b) Bundles tied to arrows shot over the walls.
(c) Courier pigeons.
(d) A secret tunnel.
9. How does Cayetano, in chapter three, win Sierva's trust?
(a) He helps her bathe.
(b) He buys the girl fresh pastries.
(c) He brings the girl fresh fruit.
(d) He brushes the girl's hair.
10. In Dr. Abrenuncio's view, what is an exorcism?
(a) Torture and destruction.
(b) A necessary evil.
(c) A humane way to cure madness.
(d) A psychosomatic cure.
11. At the very end of chapter three, what sort of complaint does Cayetano lodge on Sierva's behalf?
(a) Cruel punishments from the Abbess.
(b) Bad food.
(c) Unsanitary washing conditions.
(d) Uncomfortable lodgings.
12. At the end of the chapter three, what is Cayetano reading in regards to Sierva?
(a) Books on African folklore.
(b) Love poems.
(c) The Bible.
(d) Books on exorcism.
13. In his second meeting with Sierva, what happens when Cayetano lets the girl loose?
(a) She kisses him.
(b) She kicks him.
(c) She hugs him.
(d) She bites him.
14. While writing love poems to Sierva, what memory seizes Cayetano?
(a) He remembers going to jail at 17-years-old, which led to becoming a priest.
(b) He remembers being Sierva's age and being beaten by his father.
(c) He remembers the Rector throwing away a treasured book.
(d) He remembers a woman he loved who died tragically.
15. What does the Viceroy believe about Sierva?
(a) He believes that she is the illegitimate daughter of the Bishop.
(b) He does not believe the girl is possessed.
(c) He believes that she is dying.
(d) He believes she is indeed possessed.
Short Answer Questions
1. In their meeting, over what issue do the Bishop and Viceroy clash?
2. What does the Abbess list off as signs of Sierva's demonic powers to Cayetano?
3. When Cayetano is sent to see Sierva in chapter four, how is she dressed?
4. Who recognizes Sierva's jewelry upon the girl's arrival to the convent?
5. According to the Bishop's document, what is some information that points to Sierva's assured possession?
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