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This test consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Steubins want with Ike?
2. Why are there pigs at Paul's icehouse property?
3. What is Foxcorp giving out?
4. Why do Ike and Greer go to Skagway?
5. Where do Ike and Greer go to fish?
Short Essay Questions
1. How has Foxcorp changed Kuinak?
2. What is the purpose of Chapter 5?
3. What's the irony of Omar Loop building a pig slaughterhouse on Paul Peterson's property?
4. What's the relevance of albinism in Chapter 3?
5. How has Kuinak changed since the beginning of the book?
6. Why is Steubins' advice appealing to the town leaders?
7. How is Foxcorp contrary to the Underdog Club?
8. Why does Steubins want to meet with the town leaders?
9. What does "Bakatcha Bandit" imply about Ike?
10. In Shoola and the Sea Lion, why are the women fascinated by the stranger?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Kuinak's struggles represent the world and its final big storm affects everyone in the world. Discuss how Kuinak functions as an analogy for development in the world and Kesey's commentary on the future.
Essay Topic 2
Ike had a colorful past as the Bakatcha Bandit and cannot escape his reputation even after isolating himself in Kuinak. Ike's past is convoluted for a majority of Sailor Song, and his true nature is frequently obscured by his misrepresentation of himself and others' inflated views of him. Discuss these many dimensions of Ike and their relationship to the world, humanity, and the individual.
Essay Topic 3
Discuss what the course of Underdog Club in Sailor Song is meant to represent about humanity.
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