|Name: _________________________||Period: ___________________|
This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. One night, Tom Black dreams that Blue Elk is speaking to him as though he is still a boy, stating the 'old ways' are gone and Tom must learn to read, write, and what else?
(a) Plow fields.
(b) Raise sheep.
(c) Rope steer.
(d) Raise cows.
2. What is Tom Black's initial reaction to Mary Redmond's suggestions regarding a rest home?
(a) He quickly falls in line with her offers.
(b) He accepts to quiet her, but plans to leave without her knowing.
(c) He reluctantly accepts her invitations.
(d) He orders her to leave him alone.
3. In Tom Black's first dream the bear represents his 'old ways' spirit, while the bronco represents what?
(a) His fears over who he is, and is trying to become.
(b) His anxiousness in leaving the 'old ways', eagerness to find new ones.
(c) His transition into the white man's world.
(d) His excitement on the rough ride into the white man's world.
4. Starved, what does Tom Bull begin cooking for his next meal following breakfast on his initial day at work?
(a) Beef steak.
(b) Venison roast.
5. What does Mary Redmond tell Tom Black she once cried all night over?
(a) Losing a goldfish she wanted.
(b) Losing a rabbit she wanted.
(c) Losing a canary she wanted.
(d) Losing a dog she wanted.
Short Answer Questions
1. Until he heals more, Tom Black accepts a job doing what that will not be too hard on him?
2. Now that he is about to leave the hospital, Tom Black knows at this phase that he will be alone, raw, and without the shield of what that he has had for so long?
3. What happens during Tom Black's ride in the night rodeo at Madison Square Garden?
4. After his first summer on the big rodeo circuit, Tom Black Bull returns to the ranch to discover what on his first evening back?
5. In Tom Black's contact with Mary Redmond, he recalls the others who tried to make him do things their way. Who are they?
This section contains 433 words
(approx. 2 pages at 300 words per page)