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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. Why are the elders concerned about the burial grounds?
(a) Many coffins have fallen from the trees and bones lie on the ground.
(b) The coffins are overcrowding the villagers' homes.
(c) The Indians keep getting drunk and passing out there.
(d) The white tourists have located it and insist on visiting.

2. Caleb warns Mark that
(a) Soon the outside world will forget the village.
(b) Soon the outside world will intrude upon the village and the tribe.
(c) Soon the villagers will leave for the outside world.
(d) Soon the villagers will ask him to leave.

3. When Mark tells Marta he has heard the owl call his name, she says
(a) No, you must be mistaken.
(b) Yes, my son.
(c) Not yet, my son.
(d) Only the tribe members can hear the owl.

4. Caleb felt himself an intruder when visiting
(a) Indians' homes.
(b) The boat.
(c) The vicarage.
(d) Deserted villages.

5. What does Mark Brian try to prepare the school boys for?
(a) Living in the Indian world.
(b) Living in white society.
(c) Living among strangers.
(d) Living with women.

6. What does the English anthropologist call the Indian tribe?
(a) Quakers.
(b) Labradoodles.
(c) Quackadoodles.
(d) Quackers.

7. The rain and mud slide at the start of Chapter 13 signal an example of
(a) Irony.
(b) Onomatopeoia.
(c) Foreshadowing.
(d) Tone.

8. What news does the Bishop give Mark at the end of the chapter?
(a) Mark's work in the village is not yet done.
(b) The Bishop will ask Mark to stay on in the village though he is ill.
(c) The Bishop has been disappointed in Mark's work, so he must leave the village.
(d) The Bishop will seek replacement for Mark, and Mark will leave the village.

9. Who unexpectedly visits the village?
(a) A group of clergymen.
(b) A group of southern Californian tourists.
(c) A group of tourists from Texas.
(d) A groups of Indians from a neighboring village.

10. What is Mark's chief concern for the Indians while he is away from the village?
(a) That the Bishop will arrive and find him missing.
(b) That he does not belong there anymore.
(c) That Sam will hurt someone.
(d) That liquor will destroy them.

11. What tree has been a great "friend" to the Indians?
(a) The elm tree.
(b) The cedar tree.
(c) The pine tree.
(d) The oak tree.

12. Who is found ill, alone in his shack?
(a) Calamity Bill.
(b) Jim.
(c) Mark.
(d) Sam.

13. What does Mrs. Hudson suggest they serve at Mark's funeral?
(a) Mashed turnips.
(b) Mashed potatoes.
(c) Corn.
(d) Carrots.

14. Who tells Mark the myth of the hamatsa?
(a) Marta.
(b) Caleb.
(c) Peter.
(d) Mrs. Hudson.

15. What favor does Keetah ask from Mark on behalf of the villagers?
(a) She asks him to help her find Gordon again.
(b) She asks him to stay until he dies.
(c) She asks him to bring the Bishop back.
(d) She asks him to perform her marriage to Jim.

Short Answer Questions

1. Who promises to return to the village at Christmas time?

2. Who orchestrates the boys' housing and schooling arrangements?

3. Mark advises Jim to

4. When he returns, Mark visits

5. Marta's prayer for Mark

(see the answer keys)

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