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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. What is one circumstance that brought the narrator to where he is standing at the opening of the book?
(a) The mysterious disappearance of Charlene.
(b) His divorce.
(c) The mysterious illness that is plaguing him.
(d) The death of his grandmother.
2. What does the narrator say motivates the corporations?
(a) Concern for the earth.
3. Who is the dreaming person?
(b) The narrator.
4. What does Joel think abounds in the world?
(c) Self sacrifice.
(d) Social/legal/political corruption and self interest.
5. What does the narrator do the next morning?
(a) Books a flight to Peru.
(b) Sneaks into the valley.
(c) Looks for the gateway on his map.
(d) Goes home.
Short Answer Questions
1. What do Wil and the narrator experience?
2. What does Maya discuss with the narrator?
3. Who is Feyman?
4. What can the narrator not understand?
5. What is a supportive and like-spirited group of entities who guide and support earth souls as they dream?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Wil tell the narrator about Soul Groups?
2. What happens to the narrator as he is attempting to recall his dream vision and what does he learn about Maya?
3. What does Long Eagle say about Charlene?
4. What does Wil tell the narrator is the reason for him disappearing in Peru?
5. What does Joel say to the narrator about his beliefs?
6. What does Wil and the narrator become aware of in Maya's dream?
7. How did the narrator determine he needed to come to an Appalachian valley?
8. What was the main event which brought the narrator to an Appalachian valley at the beginning of the book?
9. What does the narrator discuss with Webber about his intentions and what kind of agreement was reached?
10. What does the narrator do first upon waking the next morning, how does he feel and what does he think about his injury?
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