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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. The oolachon is
(a) The candlefish.
(b) The river otter.
(c) The salmon.
(d) The blue whale.
2. The chief teaches Mark Brian to say
(a) How do you do.
(b) Good Morning.
(c) God bless you.
3. How did Marta know first missionary in the village had a white beard?
(a) She had heard stories from her elders.
(b) She knew the man as a child.
(c) She had seen pictures of him in the vicarage.
(d) She had heard the Bishop tell stories of him.
4. What fact associates Mark Brian with "the swimmer?"
(a) He has a twin sister.
(b) He wants to keep moving up the river.
(c) He loves fishing.
(d) He is an excellent swimmer.
5. What does Mark Brian discover about himself at the start of the chapter?
(a) He can understand Kwakwala.
(b) He must work harder to force the Indians to trust him.
(c) He is not liked by the tribal women.
(d) He still does not understand Kwakwala.
Short Answer Questions
1. Mark returns to the vicarage and to the smell of
2. Mark Brian will have to work closely with an agent from
3. What causes Mark and all the young people to rush on to the path?
4. The illness will not allow the man to live longer than
5. In wintertime, how were the beliefs of the tribe relived?
Short Essay Questions
1. What limitations does the ordinand's illness place on him?
2. Why does Jim believe Keetah would be happier with him than with Gordon?
3. Describe the state of the vicarage.
4. What recurring idea or image appears as the author describes the state of the village and the graveyard?
5. What changes develop in Mark and Jim's relationship while on the hunt?
6. Describe the salmon run the men witness.
7. What seems to be most important to the Bishop regarding the young man and the Indian village?
8. What do the villagers believe about the salmon?
9. Describe Caleb's attitude toward the Indian people of the village.
10. Describe the Bishop's intentions for the young ordinand.
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