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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapter 3, Speaking With Names.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Why couldn't Lola say that the brother did nothing wrong or openly censure him, according to Basso?
(a) The sister of the ill man was her friend.
(b) She didn't know the man well enough.
(c) The sister of the ill man was candid about her pain.
(d) She didn't want to get involved.
2. What does Basso say almost ceased to exist in anthropology?
(a) Studies of places.
(b) Field studies.
(c) Study of the American Indian place-name systems.
(d) Good professors.
3. How did the brother became ill?
(a) He ate mushrooms.
(b) He touched a snake skin.
(c) He was bitten by a rat.
(d) He was stung by bees.
4. What does Keith Basso say must be lived as well?
(a) The stories.
(b) The elder's life.
(c) Locally imagined history.
(d) Locally produced plays.
5. How does Basso say Apache see history as being?
(a) Episodic, impersonal, subjective, and variable.
(b) Episodic, personal, subjective, and variable.
(c) Long, personal, subjective, and variable.
(d) Episodic, personal, subjective, and invariable.
Short Answer Questions
1. When did Edward Spicer say Western Apache would not become tribal historians?
2. What does Basso say to pay attention to, in "Chapter 2, Stalking with Stories"?
3. How does Basso say the Apache understand communication?
4. What does Basso say generated a wide range of cognitive associations?
5. Who was Leslie Silko?
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