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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. ___________ at wake up time convinces Matus that the weed likes Castaneda.
(a) Bad weather.
(c) Good weather.
2. Matus begins to talk about smoke as an ___________ during his third year with Castaneda.
3. Castaneda is having troubles letting go of shallow states of non-ordinary ____________.
4. Where is the gray jelly left hanging from over the course of two days while the second portion is prepared?
(a) The plant.
(b) The shower curtain.
(c) The roof.
(d) The door.
5. Mescalito has given a clear lesson that there is only one path and one world of ____________.
Short Answer Questions
1. Whatever the song Castaneda has learned is for the _____________ to clarify.
2. Normally, says Matus, only great _________ return from such journeys as Castaneda had.
3. What kind of animal has Castaneda's head turned into?
4. What gives Castaneda the strength to run back to the group and to embrace them on his last night?
5. What does Matus do in order to soothe Castaneda?
Short Essay Questions
1. Where does Castaneda wake up during his last night of smoking the mixture?
2. Describe the details of Castaneda's final encounter with Mescalito.
3. What does Matus diagnose as Castaneda continues to feel shallow states of non-ordinary reality?
4. When he is called with "Hey boy!" why doesn't Castaneda come into Matus' house?
5. What does Castaneda see when he wakes up beside his plant?
6. What convinces Matus that the weed likes Castaneda?
7. Why does Matus laugh at Castaneda as he tries to meet with his ally again?
8. Describe what happens to Castaneda on the first night of his peyote ceremony.
9. What do Matus and Castaneda do with the gray jelly while the second portion is prepared?
10. What does Matus tell Castaneda the next day after Castaneda has fallen asleep during the smoking?
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