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This test consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. The meaning of the world heiau was a place to capture what?
2. What is the largest heiau currently known to exist?
3. What do the Hawaiians believe lights their path in life, according to Pila in Chapter 12?
4. Which of the three parts of the human psyche is the connection to the light or spirituality?
5. In Chapter 14, Pila writes that people began coming to Hawaii in what year specifically to make their connection?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Pila believe will take place in the "enlightenment," in addition to the Hawaiian legends?
2. What suggestions does Pila lend to the individual regarding ritual in Chapter 14?
3. How does Pila describe huna and the Hawaiian beliefs in Chapter 12?
4. How does Pila advise the traveler to seek heiaus in Chapter 8?
5. When does Pila claim people began pouring into Hawaii in Chapter 14?
6. What does Pila write of water and sunsets in Chapter 7?
7. What is at the top of the mountain at Saddle Road?
8. What does Pila say the Hawaiian islands represent in life in Chapter 14?
9. What other-worldly sighting of his own does Pila describe in Chapter 11?
10. What conflicts does Pila face in his life in Chapter 11? What encounter does he find?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
How did the Kingdom of Le Muria come to ruin? What events does Pila describe in the text?
Essay Topic 2
Describe the sights and attractions of Oceanview, as illustrated by Pila. What might one hope to see and experience there?
Essay Topic 3
Describe the Kingdom of Le Muria. What were its people, culture, and beliefs like?
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