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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. What did Dolores' hands look like?
(a) Ashen sticks.
(b) Dead crabs.
(d) Dead spiders.
2. What does Makepeace say in regards to Alvin?
(a) He's a natural farrier.
(b) He's a good kid.
(c) He's a smart boy.
(d) All of these.
3. How far did Alvin sink in the ooze at the bottom of the second well?
(a) To his thighs.
(b) To his waist.
(c) To his calves.
(d) To his neck.
4. What did Alvin first think when he saw the blacksmith?
(a) That the smith was likely to hurt him.
(b) That he would never be hungry learning to be a smith.
(c) He'd been sent to prentice to the devil.
(d) That the smith was an evil looking man.
5. Who did Peggy figure could have saved the slave girl?
(a) Dr, Whitley Physicker.
(b) Anga Berry.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who was sleeping upstairs?
2. What is Horace's secret sin?
3. Who else does the girl hate like she hates the White boss?
4. What did Peggy figure out about why her mother had been disappointed with her?
5. Why did Alvin look forward to leaving the town of Vigor Church to begin his apprenticeship?
Short Essay Questions
1. What decision changed little Peggy's life, and in what way did it change?
2. Why does Horace need his secret kept, and why is it in the best interests of Alvin not to tell his secret?
3. Why does Cavil perceive his visitor as an overseer?
4. What did Peggy notice about Mistress Modesty's heart when she was looking at Peggy?
5. What did Hank understand in regards to Alvin that he wouldn't have otherwise?
6. What had White folk found a way to calculate?
7. Why did Alvin end up feeling like he was "half hisself"?
8. Why did Alvin dig out a well that he knew wouldn't do any good?
9. Why did Hank Dowser seek to calm Makepeace Smith after he had riled him up?
10. What was the difference between Hank and other dowsers?
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