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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapter 4.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. How did Sultana fare during the purification process before the holy pilgrimage?
(a) She devoted herself to the idea and had only a little trouble.
(b) She knew she would fail, so she refused to begin the process.
(c) She struggled greatly.
(d) She suffered a nervous breakdown.
2. Who accompanied Maha to London?
(a) Her older brother and an aunt.
(b) Her parents.
(c) Her grandparents.
(d) Her sisters.
3. How does Sultana remember King Fahd from his youth?
(a) As a shy and fearful boy.
(b) As a hateful and bullying child.
(c) As a handsome warrior.
(d) As a kind and generous young man.
4. In Chapter 1, why did Kareem come home in an angry rush and Sultana feared that he had learned of her book?
(a) He was worried because he heard a rumor that they were about to be arrested.
(b) He was upset and worried because he just lost his job.
(c) He was angry because they have been summoned to Sultana's father's palace.
(d) He was furious because he knows someone in the family has written an expose about the family.
5. On the plane trip portion of the holy pilgrimage, what stories did Sultana tell her daughters?
(a) Stories of their childhood and how much she sacrificed for them.
(b) Stories of how Allah had blessed her life.
(c) Stories about their poor ancestors and how proud she was of them.
(d) Stories of children being hurt or kidnapped during the holy pilgrimage.
Short Answer Questions
1. What threat to the pilgrimage made the family nervous about taking the trip?
2. What impact on women's rights did the Gulf War have for the women of Saudi Arabia?
3. What is the story about that Maha wrote in London?
4. During the trip to London, what is revealed about Maha's relationship with her grandmother, Noorah?
5. What did Sultana and Kareem discover that Maha was taking to work with her at the hospital?
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