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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. To what can the Godspoken experience be compared?
(a) A complete lack of self esteem
(b) Obsessive compulsive disorder
(c) An influence by a higher power
(d) Self mutilation

2. What is the person ailing from?
(a) Lymphoma
(b) A fatal cough
(c) Too many cheeseburgers
(d) A disease that eats at the bones

3. How does she satisfy the gods when she cannot wash her hands?
(a) She undresses and the gods are attracted to her
(b) She has a personal conversation and vows abstinence
(c) She begs for forgiveness and prostrates herself before their mercy
(d) She follows a wood grain line to the wall

4. What else is different about the godspoken?
(a) That they are responsible for the destruction of Lusitania
(b) They are less intelligent to be kept in the dark by the Path
(c) They have distended, and considered beautiful foreheads
(d) They have above average intelligence in order to serve Congress better

5. What have the godspoken been given?
(a) OCD
(b) Money
(c) ADD
(d) Faith

Short Answer Questions

1. Valentine and Ender greet each other. They are concerned how their spouses will react to what?

2. Qing-jao is asked how much she knows about something. What is it?

3. Who does Gloriously Bright believe is responsible for the disappearance of the fleet?

4. What could they do to eradicate the virus?

5. How does she become aware that the gods are speaking to her?

Short Essay Questions

1. What or who does Qing-jao believe is responsible for the disappearance of the Lusitania fleet?

2. Why does Jane believe that Qing-jao will succeed at her woman's task?

3. What is the significance of the Path to the Godspoken?

4. Both Wang-mu and Qing-jao envy each other. Why?

5. What does Han explain to his daughter about caste?

6. Why does Qing-jao want so desperately to wash the grease from her hands?

7. What complicates this debate between Grego and Ela?

8. Why does Jane reveal herself to Valentine?

9. Why is philotic technology necessary?

10. Why does Gloriously Bright implicate Demosthenes?

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