Riddley Walker Quiz | Four Week Quiz B

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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapter 15.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. What is Eusa's project in the Goodparley/Orfing show?
(a) Make a new head.
(b) Good Time.
(c) 1 Big 1.
(d) Create an air ship.

2. What happened when the people in Lorna's story put in the 1 Big 1?
(a) A flash of light and then endless night.
(b) Nothing.
(c) Eternal daylight.
(d) The machine quit working.

3. When Eusa finds a stag, why won't it run from him in the written Eusa story?
(a) The stag is tied to a tree.
(b) The stag is caught in a trap.
(c) The stag is hurt.
(d) The stag told him that nothing will run from Eusa anymore, but soon Eusa will run from everything.

4. Why was everyone left hanging when Riddley did his first connexion?
(a) The people of Hows Fent would not let him talk.
(b) Riddley went into a trance.
(c) Riddley did not have a good connexion.
(d) Riddley was too nervous to speak.

5. Who did Riddley eat breakfast with after his connexion?
(a) Straiter Empy.
(b) Lorna and Fister Crunchman.
(c) Nimbel Potter.
(d) No one, he ate alone.

Short Answer Questions

1. What does Riddley think when he first sees the Eusa puppet during the Goodparley/Orfing show?

2. What is Riddley thinking while he is breaking up the big thing the day after his father's death?

3. How many more changes will there be after the atom is split in the written Eusa story?

4. What does Lorna say happened to the air boats?

5. In the Goodparley/Orfing Eusa show, what part of his body does Eusa say is missing?

(see the answer key)

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