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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Part 1, Todash: Chapter 6, The Way of the Eld, and Chapter 7, Todash.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. In Part 1, Chapter 7, who goes into the vacant lot to visit the rose?
(a) Roland, Eddie, and Jake.
(b) Roland, Susannah, and Oy.
(c) Nort, Oy, and Wayne.
(d) Susannah, Mia, and Tia.
2. What is peculiar about the author of Charlie and the Choo-Choo?
(a) That the author's name has changed and that the new name contains nineteen letters.
(b) There is no author's name on the book anymore.
(c) They know who the author is.
(d) They don't know who the author is.
3. Why is the second-hand bookstore so important?
(a) Jake bought some books there in his previous life that proved useful to Roland and the ka-tet during their journeys.
(b) The owner is the Dark Tower's innkeeper.
(c) The owner is Jake's father.
(d) The bookstore building is the Dark Tower.
4. Why does Roland feel the need to put his abilities on display for the villagers?
(a) So the villagers can see how talented the ka-tet is.
(b) Because the ka-tet needs the practice.
(c) Because Roland and the others like to show their skills.
(d) So he can impress the most influential member of the village and convince him that Roland and the ka-tet are who they say they are.
5. What does the stranger tell the ka-tet?
(a) That he is dying and needs their help.
(b) That the group that is following the ka-tet is dangerous.
(c) That there is a horrible storm coming and they must seek adequate shelter.
(d) That the village of Calla Bryn Sturgis needs the gunslinger's help.
Short Answer Questions
1. What happens to Susannah when she visits the vacant lot?
2. What about the villagers' story is Roland most curious about?
3. What is troubling Susannah?
4. At the beginning of Part 1, Chapter 3, when Roland wakes, he finds ___________________.
5. What does Eddie notice about the stranger immediately?
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