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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 is missing from Highhawk's hook in his office?
(a) His cane.
(b) His hat.
(c) His museum jacket.
(d) Highhawk's master key.
2. Who had collected the Indian skeletons that the Smithsonian has in its possession?
(a) It is not known how the skeletons were gathered.
(b) Earlier generations of anthropologists.
(c) The United States Army in the early 1900s.
(d) The Indian Bureau.
3. Who goes with Leaphorn to Union Station?
(a) Janet Pete.
(b) Jim Chee.
(c) Henry Highhawk.
(d) Roland Dockery.
4. What did Fleck kill three inmates?
(a) They were doing time for really heinous crimes.
(b) He only killed one man who stabbed him.
(c) They threatened to send someone to kill his mother.
(d) They raped him.
5. What does Fleck want to photograph?
(a) His partner embezzling.
(b) The client.
(c) His wife with another man.
(d) His daughter with a gang.
Short Answer Questions
1. Where does Captain Rodney meet Leaphorn?
2. What does Fleck call the nursing home director?
3. What does Leaphorn learn about auranofin?
4. What does Fleck think about after making a phone call?
5. Whose body was discovered under some bushes?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why do Chee and Highhawk agree to meet at the museum?
2. Who comes to Leaphorn's hotel room and what do they want and how does Leaphorn handle the situation?
3. What has Fleck done to the nursing home director and why?
4. Describe Fleck's conversation with "The Client" after reading the newspaper articles.
5. With whom does Chee have breakfast and what amazes Chee?
6. What do Chee, Leaphorn and Captain Rodney find in the bin that contains artifacts from Borneo?
7. What does Leaphorn learn when he calls his office?
8. Describe the conversation between Leroy and Delmar Fleck.
9. What lesson does Fleck remember from his childhood?
10. Describe the conversation between Fleck and the Client and Fleck's reaction afterward.
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