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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. How can the narrator alter his experience of pain?
(a) By humming a mantra.
(b) By altering both his thought processes and his energy.
(c) By taking aspirin.
(d) By continuing to walk on his ankle to keep up the blood flow.
2. Who is the dreaming person?
(d) The narrator.
3. How does Long Eagle think he may connect with other dimensions?
(a) By quantum physics.
(b) Through gateways in the valley.
(c) By peyote.
(d) Through transcendental meditation.
4. Who is Maya Ponder?
(a) A tall, black woman who claims to be a physician.
(b) An angel.
(c) A member of the relocation committee.
(d) Charlene's friend.
5. Who is Feyman?
(a) Someone who has been in the company of Charlene.
(b) A mystic from Russia.
(c) A shamen from a South American tribe.
(d) A mystic from Germany.
Short Answer Questions
1. Why does Maya leave to go to town?
2. What happens to the narrator at the end of this chapter?
3. What is the nature of Joel's attitude towards spirituality?
4. Where is the narrator standing?
5. What past life experience does Williams experience?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Webber explain to the narrator about the Experiment and his involvement?
2. What does Wil and the narrator realize about where they are and what do they see Joel experiencing?
3. What does the narrator do that injures him and why did he do it?
4. What kind of sound does Lipcomb and the narrator hear, what do they see, what does the narrator suggest and what is Lipcomb's response?
5. What was the main event which brought the narrator to an Appalachian valley at the beginning of the book?
6. What does Long Eagle say about the valley in Chapter 1?
7. What does Joel say to the narrator about his beliefs?
8. What does Maya say about healing?
9. What happens to the narrator as he is attempting to recall his dream vision and what does he learn about Maya?
10. What does Wil tell the narrator is the reason for him disappearing in Peru?
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