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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. Twelve years later, Hatsue, ironically, sees Ishmael with
(a) His glass box in hand
(b) His same coat on
(c) One arm outstretched
(d) The strawberry fields behind him

2. Amity Harbor is
(a) San Piedro's only town
(b) A booming metropolis
(c) The state capitol
(d) A row of docks

3. By 1907, the Port Jefferson Mill records referred to the Japanese workers as
(a) "Jap" and a characteristic
(b) Jap slaves
(c) "Jap" and a number
(d) Jap staffers

4. Liesel Jurgensen thought Susan Marie would be happy Carl bought the farm because
(a) They have two strong children for picking
(b) Fisherman are always gone at night
(c) She loves strawberries
(d) It was the Heine's old farm

5. Hatsue visits the hollow cedar throughout her childhood to
(a) Make her parents worry
(b) Meet boys
(c) Take daytime naps
(d) Think

6. Ole Jurgensen wants to sell his farm now because
(a) He wants to live in the city
(b) He wants to move on to better things
(c) His interest in farming has waned
(d) He has had a stroke

7. As Japanese Americans are being arrested, Ishmael blindly thinks
(a) He can save Hatsue
(b) All Japanese workers will be exempt
(c) The government will not bother with San Piedro
(d) That he and Hatsue will be together forever

8. When Ishmael and Hatsue begin to make love, Hatsue realizes
(a) Nothing is right about it
(b) She can't let him have his own way
(c) She could get into further trouble
(d) Only bad things will come of this

9. Ishmael's father prints instructions in his paper about
(a) How to duck and cover if attacked
(b) What to do in an air raid
(c) How to evacuate the island
(d) How to pilot a boat if necessary

10. Virginia Gatewood looked, to Ishmael, like
(a) A ragged mackinaw
(b) An alcoholic scarecrow
(c) Ragged blue dinosaur
(d) A disabled laborer

11. When his arm was amputated, Ishmael's anger seems to be directed toward
(a) The army
(b) Hatsue
(c) The pharmacist
(d) His mother

12. Sumiko intervenes in Hatsue's life by
(a) Introducing her to Kabuo
(b) Intercepting a letter from Ishmael
(c) Telling their mother about Kabuo's intentions
(d) Tormenting Hatsue at Manzanar

13. In the time of the Japanese islanders' grandparents, the U.S. census
(a) Ignored the Japanese population
(b) Reported a higher number of Japanese than were there
(c) Renamed all the Japanese with American names
(d) Gave the Japanese joke names

14. Fujiko is furious that Hatsue was seeing a white boy, but also because
(a) Hatsue set a bad example for Sumiko
(b) Hatsue's reptuation was ruined
(c) Hatsue's school work was affected
(d) Hatsue has been lying to her

15. The morning her family leaves for the internment camps, Fujiko Imada avoids Ilse Severense because
(a) She is from Seattle
(b) Ilse has always been condescending
(c) Ilse is a racist at heart
(d) Fujiko is ashamed

Short Answer Questions

1. Horace Whaley testifies that the cut to Carl's hand was

2. After their last meeting in the tree, Hatsue leaves feeling

3. Land leased by Miyamoto was to go to Kabuo when

4. The U.S. Relocation Authority announced that Japanese islanders

5. Nels opens up the possibility that the wound on Carl's head could have come from

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