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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. How does she satisfy the gods when she cannot wash her hands?
(a) She has a personal conversation and vows abstinence
(b) She follows a wood grain line to the wall
(c) She begs for forgiveness and prostrates herself before their mercy
(d) She undresses and the gods are attracted to her
2. Who or what is Jane?
(a) A being that evolved from communication technology of humans and buggers
(b) Jane is Miro's daughter
(c) Jane is Miro's wife
(d) Jane is an avatar of the ships mainframe, personified to keep him company
3. What is on Jane's mind when she leaves?
(a) Ender and how to get him away from his wife
(b) How to expand her memory usage while keeping her thought process clear
(c) Miro and how he is doing
(d) How to throw Qing-Jao off her trail
4. What are two problems the human colonists on Lusitania are facing?
(a) Earthquakes and criminal activity
(b) Extreme planetary stench and irritable bowel syndrome
(c) Planet destruction and viral infection
(d) Large interstellar cockroach infestation and continental shifts
5. What satisfies Valentine most about writing?
(a) That she can write for many hours without fatigue
(b) That she is an amazing poet
(c) That she is able to draw people in and make them see through her eyes
(d) That she is able to put Peter behind her and make him everything she wants
Short Answer Questions
1. What is the promise Qing-jao has asked of her new secret-maid?
2. Why is Descolada an issue?
3. How does she think Wang-mu came to her?
4. What does Qing Jao's name mean?
5. Who writes as Locke?
Short Essay Questions
1. What shames Miro?
2. Qing-jao's behavior once again leads Wang-mu to question the gods. Why?`
3. Jane realizes that Qing-jao is getting close. How does she believe she can get her to stop?
4. Both Wang-mu and Qing-jao envy each other. Why?
5. What or who does Qing-jao believe is responsible for the disappearance of the Lusitania fleet?
6. What does Jiang-qing believe is particularly responsible for Han's doubt of the gods?
7. Who approaches Qing-jao and what do they want with her?
8. What are Congress' two main reasons for decreeing the destruction of the planet, Lusitania?
9. Why does Han-Fei-Tsu make a promise he fears he cannot keep?
10. Why does Gloriously Bright implicate Demosthenes?
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