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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. Why does it take Eddy so long to get from Portland to Tamanawis?
(a) She stopped to eat.
(b) She kept turning around.
(c) Her car kept breaking down.
(d) She got lost.
2. What does Eddy tell Gus that surprises him?
(a) She doesn't like to fish.
(b) She had wanted to meet him for a long time.
(c) She had been spying on him too.
(d) She knew who he was before he saw her.
3. What does the mouse do at Pedro's house?
(a) It dances.
(b) It sets the traps without getting caught.
(c) It sings.
(d) It eats the cheese in the traps.
4. What does Eddy promise Gus when she leaves?
(a) That she will call him.
(b) That she will return to stay.
(c) That she loves him.
(d) That she will return the next evening.
5. What doesn't the girl ask Gus?
(a) "Are you hurt?"
(b) "What are you afraid of"?
(c) "Where do you live?
(d) "Did you run away from an asylum?"
Short Answer Questions
1. Why doesn't Gus eat his five pounds of oranges?
2. How does Gus begin earning an income at the end of the chapter "Hemingway"?
3. At the beginning of the "Eddy" chapter what is Gus's plan for himself?
4. What do Steve and Rama take Gus to do in "Jesus Keeps Fishing"?
5. How does Ma view dams?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Gus dupe Dutch and why does he do it?
2. What exchange do Titus and Gus have and why?
3. How does Eddy lead Gus to God?
4. In what way is Nick a convert?
5. How are Eddy and Gus alike?
6. How does the story told by Thomas Bigeater affect Gus? Be sure to state specifics from the story.
7. How have Henning and Ma changed since Gus has been away? What do they tell Gus is the reason for the change?
8. On his trip back to Tamanawis, how does Gus approve of God for once?
9. What neighbors does Gus meet; who are they; what do they do; what do they offer Gus?
10. Explain the scene written about Steve and his family and losing the monkey doll on the mountain.
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