Mid-Book Test - Medium
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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay 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) The depth of sadness.
(c) The answer to a riddle.
(d) His fear of dying.
2. Who is Tagoona?
(a) Tagoona is an Eskimo who becomes an ordained priest.
(b) Tagoona is the first white priest to live among the Eskimos.
(c) Tagoona is a storm that symbolizes difficult times for the Indians.
(d) Tagoona is the mythical brother who settled the tribe.
3. How old is Jim Wallace?
4. What question does Mrs. Hudson ask Mark Brian as her family leaves the village in shame?
(a) What have you done to us?
(b) Why have you betrayed us?
(c) Why should we forgive you?
(d) What can you do to help us?
5. What formality does Jim help Mark leave behind?
(a) The formal use of the word "we."
(b) Shaking hands.
(c) The formal use of the word "you."
(d) Speaking Kwakwala.
Short Answer Questions
1. Whose return to the village has sparked Mark's interest?
2. Mark Brian believes the swimmer's fate is
3. Who invited Mark to go hunting?
4. Why doesn't the young man know about his illness?
5. How does Mark Brian approach the village of Kingcome?
Short Essay Questions
1. Describe the state of the vicarage.
2. Describe the visitors to the village in Chapter 13.
3. What recurring idea or image appears as the author describes the state of the village and the graveyard?
4. Why doesn't Marta deny that Mark has heard the owl call his name?
5. Why does Mark claim he is offering Jim advice on how to treat Keetah?
6. Who contributes to the preparations for Mark's funeral?
7. How do most of the Indians behave toward Mark Brian?
8. Who speaks at the funeral after Mark Brian is done?
9. What did mothers of deceased children tell them as part of the old tradition?
10. What limitations does the ordinand's illness place on him?
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