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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Mark compares Caleb's role among the Indians to that of
(a) The Bishop.
(b) The Salmon man.
(c) The Cedar man.
(d) The Hamatsa.
2. Who surprises Mark with a visit?
(a) Calamity Bill.
(b) The Bishop.
(d) The white tourists.
3. What did the villagers do to celebrate this "friend?"
(a) They turned it into a mask.
(b) They turned it into a shrine.
(c) They turned it into a myth.
(d) They turned it into a dance.
4. When Mark tells Marta he has heard the owl call his name, she says
(a) Not yet, my son.
(b) Only the tribe members can hear the owl.
(c) No, you must be mistaken.
(d) Yes, my son.
5. The passage at the end of the novel means
(a) Thank you.
(b) That is all.
(c) God Bless.
(d) The End.
6. Why does Mark refuse to urge Gordon to stay, as the elders have asked him?
(a) He has promised Gordon's mother to help him get an education.
(b) He has promised Jim to urge Gordon to go.
(c) He has promised Gordon he will help him get out of the village.
(d) He has promised Keetah he would not interfere.
7. The woman Keetah had lived with at school
(a) Was supportive and caring.
(b) Gave her every chance to prove herself in the white world.
(c) Denied her food and lodging when she arrived.
(d) Was afraid of her and treated her badly.
8. Mark realizes he has come to rely on
9. When Keetah returns, it is because
(a) She has to ask for help from Gordon's relatives.
(b) She cannot find Gordon.
(c) She has been defeated by the white world.
(d) She chooses to return to the village.
10. The elders stay away when Gordon visits because
(a) He plans to call for change among the villagers.
(b) He has no interest in the past.
(c) He plans to ask the tribe for money for his travels.
(d) He has no interest in any of the villagers.
11. When Keetah returns to the village, she finds
(a) She has changed, but the village has not.
(b) She has changed in different ways that the villagers have.
(c) The village has changed, but she has not.
(d) She is no longer welcome in the village.
12. The visitors cause Mark Brian to feel what about the world of the white man he has left behind?
(a) He feels he no longer knows it, and is ashamed of it now.
(b) He feels he must go back and save it.
(c) He feels he has abandoned his people by leaving it.
(d) He feels he never belonged in it.
13. Where does Mark Brian stay while the new vicarage is being constructed?
(a) At the old vicarage.
(b) At Marta's house.
(c) At the Bishop's house.
(d) At Keetah's house.
14. What is causing new conflict among the villagers?
(a) The ability to buy prescription drugs.
(b) The ability to buy liquor.
(c) The ability to travel to other villages.
(d) The ability to marry outside the tribe.
15. The dying man asks Mark Brian to
(a) Spread his ashes in a certain place.
(b) Contact all his friends and relatives.
(c) Obtain a fine suit for his burial.
(d) Deliver a fine eulogy for him.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is T.P. Wallace's announcement?
2. What does Mrs. Hudson suggest they serve at Mark's funeral?
3. The elders now believe
4. When Keetah does not come to see him, Mark decides
5. While Jim and Mark are out on the boat
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