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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. Who tells Pieter they have found another job for Stephanie?
2. What does Pieter get from the study that they kept for visitors?
(a) An ashtray.
(b) A lighter.
(c) A cigarette.
(d) A shot glass.
3. Who does Pieter warn his houseboy about because they are "idle and break the law"?
4. Pieter went through the fence to a farm called ______ and laid in the field with the animals.
(a) Black lands.
(c) Too Far.
5. Where is the social welfare department located?
(a) In the old school.
(b) In the new village square.
(c) In the old butcher shop.
(d) In part of the old hospital.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who plays music to help Pieter calm down?
2. Who is the owner of the hotel (Abraham's) brother?
3. Why does Pieter kneel at the blue-gum tree?
4. After the constables took Stephanie back to the vehicle, who stayed behind?
5. What do the lieutenant and Kappie both like to collect?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why does Frans go to see Sophie at the captain's house?
2. When the captain went to Jakob's home and told him about his son and the charges, how did Jakob respond?
3. Why does Pieter go to the park and what are his thoughts while there?
4. Who is Moffie and why does Pieter envy him?
5. What involvement do Pieter's mother and aunt have in the social welfare working in their town?
6. After Pieter saw his captain with Captain Jooste, he was called to the captain's office. What happened?
7. After being with Stephanie the first time, why is Pieter terrified by the sound of a twig cracking a note on his door?
8. The narrator describes the lieutenant as "two men," in Chapter 1. How does the narrator justify such a description?
9. Who had a falling out during the picnic, and why?
10. What happened when Pieter's chief came to his office while he was waiting on the call for supplies?
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