1. What were May Dodd's feelings while she rode the train on her way to become one of the Brides for Indians?
(a) She is considering how she can escape and find her way to the West to search for gold.
(b) She reflects warmly about the feeling of safety she had at the asylum.
(c) She is happy to be free of the asylum and misses her own two children.
(d) She is excited about going to marry an Indian as part of the program Brides for Indians.
2. Why is May sent to the asylum?
(a) Her family wants her to marry a socially prominent man they have selected for her, but she refuses.
(b) Her family wants her to marry Harry Ames to legitimize their grandchildren.
(c) Her family considers her behavior promiscuous.
(d) She has had a number of lovers and refuses to take responsibility for her children.
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