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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. Only when the barbarians realize they cannot live without the skills of the ____________, perhaps then they can be won.
(d) White men.
2. The magistrate tries to explain that the people who live in the huts hide from the barbarians in the ______________.
3. When the magistrate shouts in protest of what is happening, a solider hits him in the _______________.
(c) Cheek bone.
4. What destroys wildlife and creates more opportunities for the desert to advance into the area?
5. The magistrate is also questioned about his relationship to _______________ during his accusations.
(a) The Colonel.
(b) The church.
(c) A soldier.
(d) A street woman.
Short Answer Questions
1. The magistrate prefers to bear the ___________ himself rather than to leave it for someone else to bear.
2. The magistrate would have to consider performing his duties with caution as __________________ is quickly forgotten in outback places.
3. What do Colonel Joll and his men find when they come into town for food and for new horses?
4. Where does the magistrate first go when he decides that he wants to leave the settlement?
5. The magistrate finds it difficult to get used to ______________ in the humiliation of his imprisonment.
Short Essay Questions
1. What does the magistrate witness when he leaves the settlement and gets through the gate to get to the lakeside?
2. What does the magistrate begin to believe about the consistency of the law as seen in the cases he has previously conducted?
3. What is the sight that inspires fear and panic in the town as the magistrate describes in the story?
4. How does the magistrate suffer when he is imprisoned during his time in his cell?
5. What are some of the hobbies that the magistrate goes back to after visiting and sleeping with Mai?
6. Why doesn't anyone want to gather wood in the area where the magistrate is now in control?
7. What happens to the magistrate as a result of not having any activities to do during his captivity?
8. What does the magistrate think he might write down if he were to write a record of the imperial post?
9. What happens when the magistrate meets up with the warrant officer from the Third Bureau?
10. What does the magistrate learn when he finally gets through the gate in order to leave?
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