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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. Why does the narrator hide behind some rocks?
(a) He sees what appears to be a rabid wolf.
(b) He sees a ranger with a shotgun.
(c) He hears two men arguing about who to shoot.
(d) He hears another jeep.
2. What do Webber and the narrator agree upon before they separate?
(a) To meet at the waterfall for dinner.
(b) To go look for Charlene.
(c) That Webber will hold off on his plan.
(d) To go talk to Feyman.
3. Where does the narrator go when he and Webber part company?
(a) To find Wil.
(b) To the cave.
(c) To the Experiment.
(d) To find Charlene.
4. What does the narrator say he and Webber are pursuing?
(a) A spiritual World Vision.
(b) New forms of energy.
(c) How to love.
(d) Peace on earth.
5. What can the narrator not understand?
(a) The words the dreamer is saying.
(b) The words the angels are singing.
(c) The way the cloud keeps changing colors.
(d) The images of the dreaming person's dream.
Short Answer Questions
1. What has happened to the man Wil and the narrator see who seems lost?
2. Who is Feyman?
3. Where is the narrator standing?
4. What does Wil say are the images of the dreamer?
5. What does the narrator say motivates the corporations?
Short Essay Questions
1. What was the main event which brought the narrator to an Appalachian valley at the beginning of the book?
2. What does Wil tell the narrator is the reason for him disappearing in Peru?
3. What kind of work does Webber do and what does he believe about that work?
4. What does Wil say about what he is meant to learn?
5. What does the narrator do first upon waking the next morning, how does he feel and what does he think about his injury?
6. What does Long Eagle say about Charlene?
7. What do Wil and the narrator do with Williams and what do they learn about him?
8. What is the narrator doing when he encounters Maya again and what does she tell him? What do they do?
9. 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?
10. What does Webber explain to the narrator about the Experiment and his involvement?
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