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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. Mark advises Jim to
(a) Treat Keetah as a partner in their marriage.
(b) Treat Keetah as a traditional wife.
(c) Treat Keetah as he does the elders.
(d) Treak Keetah as he always has.
2. 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 perform her marriage to Jim.
(c) She asks him to bring the Bishop back.
(d) She asks him to stay until he dies.
3. What tree has been a great "friend" to the Indians?
(a) The oak tree.
(b) The elm tree.
(c) The pine tree.
(d) The cedar tree.
4. Though Mark Brian feels he has made friends with loneliness, deprivation, and death, he feels he was constantly supported by
(a) His wife.
(b) His friends.
(c) His family.
(d) His faith.
5. The passage at the end of the novel means
(a) Thank you.
(b) That is all.
(c) The End.
(d) God Bless.
Short Answer Questions
1. The woman Keetah had lived with at school
2. Mark observes that everything in nature
3. Mark compares Caleb's role among the Indians to that of
4. Who unexpectedly visits the village?
5. Ironically, Sam's drinking causes
Short Essay Questions
1. What does the Bishop claim happens every time he arrives at the village?
2. Why does Keetah ask Mark to remain in the village?
3. Who is the Englishwoman who comes to visit the village?
4. What does the long boat trip back to the village from Knight's inlet offer Mark the opportunity to do?
5. Describe the visitors to the village in Chapter 13.
6. Why doesn't Marta deny that Mark has heard the owl call his name?
7. Why is T. P. Wallace throwing a dance-potlatch for Jim?
8. What is the mood among the boys going to live at the white school?
9. In what state does Mark find the village when he returns?
10. What concern does Caleb share with Mark in the chapter?
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