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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 blatantly argues with Mrs. Connell during this store visit in Chapter 4?
(a) Mary Call.
(b) Mr. Connell.
(d) The stock boy.
2. What is one thing that is dangerous about the mountains during wildcrafting?
(a) The large animals.
(b) Other wildcrafters.
(c) The poisonous flowers.
(d) The terrain.
3. Who is the oldest sister in the Luther family?
(c) Ima Dean.
(d) Mary Call.
4. Who does Kiser Pease suggest the Luther family get help from?
(a) The state.
(b) His sister.
(c) The county.
(d) Mr. Connell.
5. How has Mr. Connell treated the Luthers?
(a) Always fairly.
(b) Sometimes well.
(c) Always badly.
(d) Sometimes badly.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is the first thing Mary Call does to help Kiser when he is sick?
2. What is Devola's reaction when she hears of her father's death?
3. What does Kiser Pease rant about when he is sick and Mary is taking care of him?
4. In Chapter One, how old is Mary Call Luther?
5. Who takes the goldenseal to Mr. Connell in Chapter 5?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Romey react when he finds out about his father's death?
2. What do Romey and Mary Call realize about their father in burying him?
3. How does Mary Call contradict herself when she tells Romey to leave an IOU?
4. Why does Mary Call chastise Romey in Chapter 4?
5. Why is Kiser so eager to please the Luthers?
6. What are the reasons why Mary Call is putting off the trip to the store?
7. Who is the first person to show up after Roy Luther's death, and how does Mary Call put this person off?
8. What does Mrs. Connell tell the children about their father? Do you think Mary Call agrees?
9. Devola is the oldest sister of the Luther family, but in what ways does Mary Call take on that roll?
10. How is Roy Luther's refusal to see a doctor indicative of stereotypes of mountain people?
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