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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 does the narrator remember from the previous night?
(a) A dream.
(b) A strange man visiting his camp.
(c) Some kind of drugged smoke coming from his camp fire.
(d) Taking a couple aspirin and then falling asleep.
2. What does the narrator tell the person he encounters?
(a) A lie in order to get rid of the person.
(b) The story of what happens to the narrator the day before.
(c) An allegory about his dream.
(d) A joke Maya tells the narrator.
3. How do Wil and the narrator experience themselves on a new plane of energy?
(a) As luminescent and filled with energy.
(b) As intermingled.
(c) As intermittent waves.
(d) As more solid.
4. What is the nature of Joel's attitude towards spirituality?
5. Who is the next dreaming soul?
Short Answer Questions
1. What happens to the narrator at the end of this chapter?
2. What do Will and the narrator hear?
3. Where does the narrator go when he and Webber part company?
4. In what direction does the narrator walk after his encounter with Maya?
5. What does the narrator figure the sketch is?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Joel say to the narrator about his beliefs?
2. What happens to Wil and the narrator when they move to another plane?
3. What kind of work does Webber do and what does he believe about that work?
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 does Wil tell the narrator is the reason for him disappearing in Peru?
6. What does Wil and the narrator become aware of in Maya's dream?
7. What was the main event which brought the narrator to an Appalachian valley at the beginning of the book?
8. How did the narrator determine he needed to come to an Appalachian valley?
9. Wwho seems to lead the narrator into the valley, where does he go and what does he do?
10. What does Webber explain to the narrator about the Experiment and his involvement?
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