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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 did Alvin's story start?
(a) He started from the beginning.
(b) He started with the story of Redbird.
(c) The forging of the golden plow.
(d) He told Measure about Miss Larner.
2. What did the people standing by the stove offer Alvin?
(a) A sip of cocoa.
(b) A cup of tea.
(c) A nip from the flask they had.
(d) A cup of coffee.
3. What did Cavil think to do to win the Overseers' approval?
(a) Kill his wife.
(b) Kill Thrower.
(c) Kill Alvin.
(d) Kill his slaves.
4. Why does Peggy want to go to Philadelphia?
(a) Both of these.
(b) A higher class of people are there.
(c) Neither of these.
(d) The best universities are there.
5. What is "behind the barn' talk?
(a) Talk regarding the 'women' down at Hatrack Mouth.
(b) Neither of these.
(c) Talk regarding a womans' lady parts.
(d) Both of these.
Short Answer Questions
1. What had happened to Salamandy?
2. Where did Old Peg want the schoolteacher to live?
3. What does Alvin do when a bear gets in his way?
4. What does Alvin want to do with his journeyman piece?
5. What was true Making?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why was Old Peg fearful of the Fugitive Slave Treaty?
2. Why didn't Alvin think that people were the product of God's imagination?
3. What excuses were offered to Old Peg to try and talk sense into her?
4. What plan did Alvin come up with to make sure that the Finders would never find Arthur Stuart again?
5. How did Alvin realize that Miss Larner was right?
6. How did Miss Larner feel about Dr. Physicker's payment to Alvin?
7. What issues did Pauley have in regard to Miss Larner living alone? How did she respond to that?
8. Why was Alvin so offended at the idea that Miss Larner had paid him to look after her?
9. Why didn't Alvin have any particular like for the two boys in Pieter's General Store?
10. How does Old Peg feel initially about the teacher?
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