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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 the name of the village where Alyx lives at the beginning of the novel?
2. What do Raine and Alyx have to make plans to do after Alyx is accused by the mob?
(a) Leave the camp.
(b) Pacify the mob.
(d) Fight the mob.
3. How does Alyx describe her relationship with Raine when she lies?
(a) She describes it as the only thing keeping her alive.
(b) She describes their relationship as a passing fancy.
(c) She describes it as something that can easily be forgotten.
(d) She describes it as exciting and volatile.
4. How does Raine describe Mary?
(a) Selfless, kind, and caring.
(b) Selfish and conniving.
(c) Carefree and vibrant.
(d) Sad, lonely, and sickly.
5. How does Raine react to Alyx's lie in the tent?
(a) He is angry.
(b) He is surprised.
(c) He is heartbroken.
(d) He is intrigued.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Alyx try to convince Joss to do to the person they say goodbye to?
2. What does Raine accuse Alyx of being after Alyx throws water on Joss?
3. Why does Raine sympathize with Alyx while they train?
4. According to the gang members, what will they do if Alyx's crime is not dealt with?
5. What country does Alyx live in?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Pagnell's servant tell Alyx she must do so no one will recognize her?
2. How does Alyx try to stop Raine from killing Roger?
3. Describe the protagonist of the novel.
4. What does Blanche tell Alyx about Joss's past?
5. What does Alyx do to Joss while sitting around the fire, and why does she do this?
6. How does Raine react when he finds Joss and Alyx in bed together?
7. What happens when Alyx is watching over Raine one night while he is in a feverish state?
8. What do the group at the camp accuse Alyx of?
9. Why is Alyx horrified to find out that she will be Raine's servant?
10. Who do Joss and Alyx say goodbye to before leaving the camp?
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