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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. In March, what burden is lifted from the villagers?
(a) The burden of winter.
(b) The burden of Sam.
(c) The burden of liquor.
(d) The burden of the white man.
2. Why do Jim and Mark go out on the boat during a storm?
(a) Because they are lost at sea.
(b) Because a drunk, young logger has asked them for help.
(c) Because they are fishing.
(d) Because a drunk, young logger is lost at sea.
3. When Mark releases Calamity Bill's ashes,
(a) He hears Calamity Bill whisper goodbye.
(b) He hears the Bishop call his name.
(c) He hears to raven call his name.
(d) He hears his prayers echo back to him across the channel.
4. Who alerts the Bishop to Mark's physical condition?
(b) Mrs. Hudson.
5. What does Mark Brian's sister feel when she sees him for the first time in months?
(a) Concern over his changing lifestyle.
(b) Concern over his chosen profession.
(c) Concern for his faith.
(d) Concern for his health.
Short Answer Questions
1. When Keetah returns, it is because
2. Mark realizes he has come to rely on
3. What is Jim's response to Keetah's state of health?
4. When Mark tells Marta he has heard the owl call his name, she says
5. Mark advises Jim to
Short Essay Questions
1. What evidence of community is apparent in the chapter?
2. Why does Keetah ask Mark to remain in the village?
3. How does Mark Brian help the villagers solve their problem with the burial grounds?
4. Describe Calamity Bill's request for the vicar.
5. What concern does Caleb share with Mark in the chapter?
6. What does the Bishop claim happens every time he arrives at the village?
7. Though the river freezes, how do the villagers survive?
8. What does the long boat trip back to the village from Knight's inlet offer Mark the opportunity to do?
9. Why does Mark claim he is offering Jim advice on how to treat Keetah?
10. Who contributes to the preparations for Mark's funeral?
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