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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 NOT true about the market's owner?
(a) His head is small like a baby's.
(b) He has a strange moustache.
(c) He has no foot.
(d) He jumps instead of walks.
2. Who is inside the white tree?
(b) A mouse.
(c) Oak Spirit.
(d) The tapster.
3. What does the woman witness as she follows the "complete" gentleman into the forest?
(a) The complete gentleman shrinks into a tiny complete gentleman.
(b) A family of skeletons pays him to "lend them a hand."
(c) The complete gentleman returns his body parts to the owner he had rented them from.
(d) A curious creature kidnaps the complete gentleman.
4. What is the drinkard's financial situation when he meets Drums, Song, and Dance?
(a) He is financially stable.
(b) It is not specified.
(c) He is very rich.
(d) He is penniless.
5. What color are the creatures the drinkard meets in "No road--out to travel from bust to bush to the Dead's town"?
Short Answer Questions
1. How does the king try to make the drinkard and his wife talk?
2. While living in Wraith Island, what is the drinkard's profession?
3. Why does the protagonist leave his town?
4. How does "Spirit of Prey" kill his prey?
5. What does the drinkard use to transform himself to escape the creatures, in "No road--out to travel from bust to bush to the Dead's town"?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is special about Drum, Song, and Dance?
2. Comment on how the drinkard deals with his insatiable son.
3. What kind of story is this? How is it told?
4. During "To Travel by Air," why does the drinkard turn himself into a bird and fly his wife to their next destination?
5. What do the drinkard and his wife find out when they arrive in the town where the tapster is supposed to be? How do they react?
6. Describe the palm-wine drinkard's relationship with his friends at the beginning of the story.
7. Describe the "half-bodied baby." Who is he and what is he like?
8. How is the "bush" personified in "Not Too Small to be Chosen"?
9. The drinkard describes the inhabitants of "Unreturnable-Heaven's Town" as "backwards." What does he mean by this? Elaborate.
10. How does the drinkard react when he first sees the Skull as a "complete gentleman"?
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