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This test consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who tells Mark the myth of the hamatsa?
2. In March, what burden is lifted from the villagers?
3. Who travels up the river with Mark and the Bishop?
4. Marta asks Mark to dinner because
5. What does Mark suggest the villagers do about the burial grounds?
Short Essay Questions
1. What evidence of community is apparent in the chapter?
2. How does Mark Brian help the villagers solve their problem with the burial grounds?
3. In what state does Mark find the village when he returns?
4. Who is the Englishwoman who comes to visit the village?
5. Why does Mark conclude that the villagers still do not know or trust him?
6. Why is T. P. Wallace throwing a dance-potlatch for Jim?
7. Who contributes to the preparations for Mark's funeral?
8. What does Mark learn among the elders during his stay at Marta's?
9. Describe Mark and Jim's relationship.
10. How is Caleb like the Cedar-man, according to Mark?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Consider the role of myths and legends in the novel. Write an essay in which you explain how the myths and legends affect events and/or characters in the novel, and use at least three examples from the text to support your argument.
Essay Topic 2
Consider what the vicar learns about nature during his stay with the villagers. How does nature teach Mark Brian about life and death? Write an essay in which you use examples of nature mentioned in the novel to explore Mark Brian's development throughout the novel.
Essay Topic 3
T. S. Eliot said, "Those who trust us educate us." Considering Mark Brian's experiences with the community of Kingcome, defend, refute, or qualify Eliot's quote in an essay, using specific examples from the text to support your ideas.
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