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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. What are the Upper Caste expected to do?
(a) Embrace the Path entirely and unreservedly
(b) Be the voice of the people to the people of Earth
(c) Keep a tight thumb on the populace
(d) Eat frozen dinners and watch T.V. re-runs
2. Who discovers the changes in the godspoken?
3. How does she think Wang-mu came to her?
(a) A foreman may have taken advantage of her
(b) A monetary bribe
(c) She killed someone
(d) She snuck by them
4. How did Jane come into being?
(a) She was created on earth
(b) She is a product of the instantaneous communication between ansibles
(c) She is a program
(d) She was born from two parents as was everyone else
5. What does Miro reassure Jane with when she is troubled?
(a) That she is beautiful and intelligent
(b) That most people don't have original thoughts
(c) That she's beautiful even without a corset
(d) That he will always be her friend
Short Answer Questions
1. What is the new penance she added to the Catalog of Voices?
2. What does Miro's brother Quim do for a living?
3. How do the people of Path view her behavior?
4. What confuses the secret maid?
5. What does Qing-jao's father tell her in response to her conclusion about the fleet?
Short Essay Questions
1. What concerns Ender about the hive Queen?
2. What complicates this debate between Grego and Ela?
3. Qing-jao's behavior once again leads Wang-mu to question the gods. Why?`
4. What is significant about Miro and Jane's conversation?
5. Why does Han-Fei-Tsu make a promise he fears he cannot keep?
6. Why does Jane reveal herself to Valentine?
7. How is Jane considered to be a living being?
8. What does her addition to the catalog of voices mean to the family?
9. What is the significance of Han and Qing-jao's paper offerings to Jiang-qing?
10. What does Han impress upon his daughter in regards to Demosthenes?
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