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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. On his way back to the village, Mark hears the owl call his name, signaling
(a) His time in the village is over.
(b) His impending departure.
(c) His life has had meaning.
(d) His impending death.
2. Mark advises Jim to
(a) Treak Keetah as he always has.
(b) Treat Keetah as a traditional wife.
(c) Treat Keetah as a partner in their marriage.
(d) Treat Keetah as he does the elders.
3. The teacher does not attend the funeral because
(a) If he shows he cares, he will have to live and die with the villagers.
(b) If he shows he cares, he will have to live and suffer.
(c) If he shows he cares, he will have to help with the funera.
(d) If he shows he cares, the Indians will tease him.
4. Marta's prayer for Mark
(a) Echoes the prayer of a mother for her child.
(b) Echoes the prayer of an Indian for a white man.
(c) Echoes the prayer of a woman for her lover.
(d) Echoes the prayers Mark taught her.
5. Mark compares Caleb's role among the Indians to that of
(a) The Salmon man.
(b) The Hamatsa.
(c) The Bishop.
(d) The Cedar man.
6. What does the English anthropologist call the Indian tribe?
7. Why doesn't the hospital ship come for the dying man?
(a) It is only for the use of white people.
(b) It is too far away and busy caring for the Indians.
(c) It is too far away and the straits are too rough.
(d) It is nearby, but the river is so high and rough the ship cannot travel.
8. According to Jim, Keetah does not say goodbye to anything in the village because
(a) She never wants to see it again.
(b) She knows she will come back to it.
(c) She is too distraught to think clearly.
(d) She knows it does not matter to her.
9. Who waits up for Mark at the end of the novel?
10. The rain and mud slide at the start of Chapter 13 signal an example of
11. During his stay, Mark gets to know
(a) The Bishop's friends.
(b) The tribal songs and myths.
(c) The laws concerning the villagers.
(d) The village elders.
12. The visitors cause Mark Brian to feel what about the world of the white man he has left behind?
(a) He feels he must go back and save it.
(b) He feels he never belonged in it.
(c) He feels he has abandoned his people by leaving it.
(d) He feels he no longer knows it, and is ashamed of it now.
13. Who seems to have a hard time adjusting to white society at first?
14. On the river, Mark stops to help
(a) Two loggers hauling a load of lumber.
(b) Two loggers moving a float camp.
(c) Two tourists stranded on their yacht.
(d) Two fishermen bringing in their catch.
15. Though Mark Brian feels he has made friends with loneliness, deprivation, and death, he feels he was constantly supported by
(a) His family.
(b) His faith.
(c) His friends.
(d) His wife.
Short Answer Questions
1. The woman Keetah had lived with at school
2. What is Jim's response to Keetah's state of health?
3. What tree has been a great "friend" to the Indians?
4. What did the villagers do to celebrate this "friend?"
5. Who orchestrates the boys' housing and schooling arrangements?
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