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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. At the end of the chapter, what is revealed in Mark Brian's eyes?
(a) His hatred of the Indian people.
(b) His fear of dying.
(c) The answer to a riddle.
(d) The depth of sadness.
2. Who are Mark Brian's first friends in the village?
(a) Sam and his wife.
(b) Jim Wallace and Chief Eddy.
(c) Marta Stephens and Ellie.
(d) Two children who visit the vicarage.
3. What observation does T. P. Wallace make about Mark Brian?
(a) He was encouraging the Indian sons to leave the tribe.
(b) He constantly said "we" when he meant "I."
(c) He did not seem to understand the accepted customs.
(d) He respected the Indians' customs.
4. Whose death does Mark Brian experience in Chapter 11?
(a) Keetah's sister.
(b) Gordon's mother.
(d) Mrs. Hudson.
5. The Bishop decides to send the young man to
6. The Bishop plans to send the young man to his hardest parish because
(a) He will think the village has caused his illness.
(b) He will learn a great deal quickly.
(c) He will decide to return to his home and seek medical help.
(d) He will learn how to speak the Indian languages.
7. What does the doctor hope the Bishop will do for the young man?
(a) He hopes the Bishop will train the young man well.
(b) He hopes the Bishop will warn the young man of his condition.
(c) He hopes the Bishop will nurse the young man to health.
(d) He hopes the Bishop will pray for the young man.
8. What is Mrs. Hudson's fear for her granddaughter, who is getting married?
(a) She fears the family will be ashamed of the granddaughter.
(b) She fears the granddaughter will be ashamed of her tribe.
(c) She fears the granddaughter will be ashamed of herself.
(d) She fears the granddaughter will be ashamed of her family.
9. What does Peter claim causes this new feeling among the villagers?
(a) The young people are changing because they are not being educated.
(b) The young people are changing because the tribes are intermarrying.
(c) The young people are changing because they are afraid of the white man's ways.
(d) The young people are changing because they are learning the white man's ways.
10. What fact associates Mark Brian with "the swimmer?"
(a) He loves fishing.
(b) He wants to keep moving up the river.
(c) He has a twin sister.
(d) He is an excellent swimmer.
11. What do Jim and Mark witness on the river?
(a) They witness a lunar eclipse.
(b) They witness dolphins swimming to the ocean.
(c) They witness a run of salmon.
(d) They witness a murder.
12. Families gather at the end of the salmon run to
(a) Celebrate the death of the salmon.
(b) Discuss tribal business.
(c) Retell myths and smoke fish.
(d) Hold the salmon festival.
13. When Mark Brian sees the tribe approaching the church single file, he is reminded of
(a) Their duty to him as their vicar.
(b) Their travel from the mountains to the Bering Sea.
(c) Their oppression by the white man.
(d) Their travel up the river.
14. Mark Brian will have to work closely with an agent from
(a) The Indian Affairs Department.
(b) The Archbishop of Canterbury.
(c) The Internal Revenue Service.
(d) The Federal Bureau of Investigation.
15. What news arrives from Keetah's sister, Mrs. Hudson's granddaughter?
(a) Keetah's sister will marry a man f rom another tribe.
(b) Keetah's sister refuses to come home for Christmas.
(c) Keetah's sister will marry a white man.
(d) Keetah's sister will not attend Keetah's wedding.
Short Answer Questions
1. Jim Wallace wants the vicar to know that he is
2. Whose return to the village has sparked Mark's interest?
3. What question does Mrs. Hudson ask Mark Brian as her family leaves the village in shame?
4. Mark finds himself tending for an orphaned
5. What new feeling is Mark experiencing in the village?
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