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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. While being interrogated in the guardhouse, where do the children say they are going?
(b) Hong Kong.
2. Using his job as a cover, what does Sookan's father do?
(a) Helps people escape to the South.
(b) Grows extra beans.
(c) Poisons Communist food.
(d) Recruits new Communists.
3. What animals do Sookan and Inchun see at the guardhouse while searching for Mother?
4. How is Kisa related to Sookan's family?
(a) He is Mother's brother.
(b) He is Aunt Tiger's husband.
(c) He is Father's nephew.
(d) He is not related.
5. While trying to flee to the South, where are Mother and the children separated?
(a) In a small corn field.
(b) In a mall.
(c) They are not separated.
(d) In the train station.
Short Answer Questions
1. Instead of "Town Reds," what does Aunt Tiger call the family?
2. What is found in the house where Captain Narita lived?
3. What is the uniform in the Worker's Paradise?
4. After reaching the South, who immediately helps Sookan and Inchun?
5. Who takes pity on Sookan and Inchun and tells them to meet him at the train station later that night?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Aunt Tiger do to ease suspicions about the family's true opinion about Communism? How well does it work out?
2. What happened in 1950?
3. At the end of the book, what has happened to Kisa and Aunt Tiger?
4. What is significant about Unhi's family and house?
5. After the Russians invade northern Korea, where is father and what is he doing?
6. How does the conductor help Sookan and Inchun?
7. What do you think is the real reason the guide wanted Mother to separate from Sookan and Inchun?
8. Who helps Sookan and Inchun when they get across the border? How?
9. After the Japanese evacuate, what happens to Unhi's brothers?
10. Describe how Sookan watches out for Inchun overnight in the barn.
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