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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. Who comes to Karl's house to chastise him for his carnal appetites which ultimately killed his wife?
2. What is Kristina suffering through at the beginning of Chapter XIII?
(b) Another miscarriage.
(d) Scarlet Fever.
3. What is the greatest number of settlers killed by the Sioux in one day?
4. Where do the Sioux Indians kill Sven and Danjel?
(a) On the road.
(b) In the field.
(c) In their beds.
(d) By the creek.
5. How many white settlers are killed in the Sioux Indian war?
(a) Over one thousand.
(b) Nearly three hundred.
(c) About one thousand.
(d) Five hundred.
Short Answer Questions
1. How does Karl know that Kristina has died?
2. What does Kristina do when she is comatose?
3. What intermittent noise is heard in Karl and Kristina's house as he watches over her?
4. If Kristina had not miscarried, this child would have been her ______________ one.
5. Karl's children call their home _____________________.
Short Essay Questions
1. What is confirmed about Kristina's illness when she has abdominal pain and bleeding again?
2. What occurs to exaggerate Karl's anxiety while Kristina is ill?
3. What is Ulrika's true reason for giving the bridal crown to the village church?
4. How does Ulrika reveal to Karl that she donated the bridal crown to the village church?
5. How does the changing Indian cliff serve as a metaphor for the sorrows of the Sioux Indians?
6. Why does Karl decide to send wheat back to Sweden and why does he send his best crop?
7. What are Karl's feelings about God after the death of Kristina?
8. What item does Klas Albert convince Karl to buy, and what benefit does it bring to Karl's family?
9. What is the state of Kristina's health after three days and how does she behave that frightens Karl?
10. Why do the Sioux Indians initiate war against the white settlers?
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