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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. After being beaten in the Havre bar, who helps the narrator?
(a) A prostitute.
(b) A barmaid.
(c) A woman with children.
(d) The bartender.
2. How much is Long Knife paid for his work on Lame Bull's ranch?
(a) Two days room and board.
(b) Ten dollars.
(c) Twenty dollars.
(d) Fifty dollars.
3. What does the white traveler offer to do for the narrator if he will help him?
(a) Buy him a car.
(b) Help him find his girlfriend.
(c) Give him a ride.
(d) Pay him.
4. After the encounter with Long Knife, where does the narrator hear that his girlfriend has gone?
(a) To Havre.
(b) To Chinook.
(c) To Malta.
(d) To Durham.
5. How does First Raise die?
(a) Car accident.
(b) Alcohol poisoning.
(c) He was crushed under a tractor.
(d) He froze to death.
Short Answer Questions
1. While talking to the woman in the Harlem bar, where does the narrator find out she went to find work?
2. How do the ducks that First Raise wins at the fair end up dying?
3. What do the local people think caused the river to turn milky white?
4. What tribe is the narrator's grandmother from originally?
5. Before the narrator heads for Malta, what memories are brought back by the bar in Dodson?
Short Essay Questions
1. When the narrator left the reservation and went to Tacoma, why did he leave his job there and how does this fit into the narrator's backward feelings about his heritage?
2. While he is in town, where does the narrator spend most of his time and how does this contribute to his trouble?
3. Does the white traveling man give the narrator a positive or a negative example of how white men treat Native Americans? Why?
4. Other than his family members, how does the narrator interact with women?
5. After meeting with his girlfriend and being beaten, why does the narrator agree to drink with another woman?
6. In Chapter 25, what are Mose and the narrator doing out on the range?
7. After being beaten by Dougie, why doesn't the narrator retaliate?
8. How does the narrator react to people who are not from the reservation?
9. While the narrator is fishing with Lame Bull in Chapter Four, what do they argue about, and why?
10. After Lame Bull becomes a proprietor, what characteristic does he adopt and what effect does it have?
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