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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. Which description is NOT true about "half-bodied baby"?
(a) He is growing long hair.
(b) He is always hungry.
(c) He never sleeps.
(d) He is getting heavier.
2. What does the drinkard change the woman into as they escape from Skull?
(a) A sparrow-like bird.
(b) A lizard.
(c) A bullfrog.
(d) A tiny kitten.
3. How do the drinkard and his wife end up in the white tree?
(a) They fall through a hole into another world.
(b) They enter through the back door.
(c) The tree's hands grab them and bring them in.
(d) They climb the tree, then fall through a shoot.
4. What is the protagonist's name?
(b) Father of the gods who could do everything in this world.
(c) God of Palm-Wine.
(d) His name is unknown.
5. What is the drinkard's financial situation when he meets Drums, Song, and Dance?
(a) He is penniless.
(b) He is very rich.
(c) He is financially stable.
(d) It is not specified.
Short Answer Questions
1. Why do the attendants bring an eagle?
2. Why is the terrible animal mad?
3. What does Skull make the woman sit on?
4. What happens to the woman's thumb?
5. What is NOT true about "Spirit of Prey"?
Short Essay Questions
1. Who is "Faithful-Mother"? What is her responsibility?
2. Describe the "Spirit of Prey" and how he kills his prey.
3. In "Three Good Creatures Took Over Our Trouble," how do the drinkard and his wife make money? What might this say about their characters?
4. 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?
5. Describe the white monster that the drinkard and his wife encounter in "No Road--Ought to Travel from Bush to Bush to the Dead's Town."
6. When following and spying on Skull, what does the drinkard turn himself into and why?
7. What is symbolic about the magic seeds?
8. Describe Death and his house.
9. Describe "Laugh."
10. Describe Skull and his house.
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