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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. How far did Alvin sink in the ooze at the bottom of the second well?
(a) To his calves.
(b) To his neck.
(c) To his waist.
(d) To his thighs.
2. What did Mistress Modesty imagine when she thought of Peggy's pain?
(a) How to help her.
(b) How to heal her.
(c) None of these.
(d) How she could benefit from Peggy's pain.
3. Why can't Peggy send the Unmaker away?
(a) Both of these.
(b) He thought himself a match for the Unmaker.
(c) Neither of these.
(d) He called it himself.
4. What did Dolores' hands look like?
(b) Dead spiders.
(c) Dead crabs.
(d) Ashen sticks.
5. Who was the runaway slave girl's father?
(a) A prince.
(b) A king.
(c) A warlord.
(d) A chief.
Short Answer Questions
1. What did the Unmaker do while Alvin was in the forest?
2. What do men measure, according to Mistress Modesty?
3. What displayed the visitor's profession?
4. What was a promise to remember a gentleman?
5. Why did Alvin give his boots away?
Short Essay Questions
1. What things kept Alvin from running like a Red man?
2. What was Alvin's argument about some people having a knack to be a Finder?
3. Why didn't Alvin want to take away Mike Fink's protective hex? Why did he have to?
4. What sacrifice did the Black slave girl make? Why did she make this choice?
5. What kinds of things told Cavil clearly what profession his visitor occupied?
6. What might Peggy have said if she had gotten a chance, before her mama died?
7. Why couldn't Alvin simply fill the well that he had dug and make Hank Dowsers' well good?
8. Why was Old Peg fearful of the Fugitive Slave Treaty?
9. What led Alvin to believe that Pieter Vanderwoort wanted Alvin's good opinion more than to get even? How did Alvin know he was basically a good man?
10. What did Peggy notice about Mistress Modesty's heart when she was looking at Peggy?
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