April experiences many changes in this chapter:
April now has a fear that Cheryl is an alcoholic.
She admitted she is a Metis. She discloses her feelings about her heritage
April becomes friends with someone she didn't like
April is now experiencing a deep hatred of the men who raped her
April and Cheryl are laughing and joking.
She hates the rapists and the justice system
April buys a book about native culture to get Cheryl interested in something
Check the correct answers. There may be more than ONE
correct answer for each question:
- April began to fear that Cheryl may be an alcoholic because
- Cheryl had grown fidgety and suggested they go out for a drink
- Cheryl came home drunk
- There were liquor bottles on the floor
- April wanted to keep Cheryl out of the lounge so she:
- Willingly bought her a book about the Metis
- Bought Cheryl whatever she wanted
- Told Cheryl to stay home.
- What happened last in the plot of this chapter?
- April buys a house for both girls.
- The police took April to Emergency Health Services
- Roger Morrison invites April out for lunch
- In this chapter April may be characterized as:
- Full of hatred
- It is reasonable to conclude that Roger Maddison may have liked
April by the way
- he spoke to her
- he talked to April as they ate lunch
- he looked at April when he said that once he thought he had
found the right girl.
- Clues in the conversation with Roger indicate that April's feelings
about being a half - breed means:
- that she has the best of both worlds
- that she feels the weaknesses of both worlds
- that she will never learn to live in the white world