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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 are an Indian leper, a French drunk, a suburban teen sniffing drugs, and a dying African baby?
(a) Four people who confront Dan about his life.
(b) Four scenes through which Dan moves in the white tower.
(c) Dan's four alter egos.
(d) Mama Chia's images of Dan.
2. What does the tiger do?
(a) Licks Dan's face.
(b) Lies down beside Dan .
(c) Mauls Dan's face.
(d) Pulls Dan out of the grave.
3. To where does Mama Chia lead Dan?
(a) To a ridge.
(b) To a cave.
(c) To a real tower.
(d) To the ocean.
4. What self is represented by the heart?
(a) The Feeling Self.
(b) The Higher Self.
(c) The Caring Self.
(d) The Emotional Self.
5. What does Mama Chia have Dan dig?
(a) A trench.
(b) A well.
(d) A grave.
Short Answer Questions
1. Where does Dan awaken?
2. What sometimes happens when angelic souls overshadow primitive animals to experience life through them?
3. What does Dan think is one reason Socrates sends him to Mama Chia?
4. To where does Dan go in his mind?
5. What does each floor represent?
Short Essay Questions
1. What happens with Dan and the punks and do you think it will have significance later?
2. What does Dan say about himself at the beginning of chapter 13, and what do you think he means?
3. What do you think Mama Chia means when she says one must clean the lower floors before ascending to higher floors?
4. What does the third level concern?
5. Explain the incident with the starfish and the possible meaning of it.
6. From whom does Dan ask permission to be there and what do you think this is symbolic of?
7. Why do you think Dan dreads what lies ahead?
8. How does Mama Chia say shape shifting works and explain what you think she means.
9. How does Mama Chia answer Dan's question about having money and supporting his family?
10. Does Dan change his mind about the settlement? How?
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