Which statement is FALSE?
Siddhartha is poor and lives in a hut the woods.
Siddhartha has raised his son since infancy.
The boy grew up in a wealthy home with servants.
The boy's mother has passed away.
How do you know that this statement is false? Use the text to support your response.
Which best describes how Siddhartha treats his son?
Siddhartha is understanding and kind.
Siddhartha is too busy working to give his son attention.
Siddhartha is firm but loving.
Siddhartha is impatient and demanding.
Why do you believe this? Refer to the text in your response.
Which best describes Vesduva's position on the boy?
The boy doesn't work and he steals, so he should be sent to live elsewhere.
The boy has to experience life for himself, so Siddhartha should let him go.
The boy needs an education to succeed, so he should be sent to a teacher.
The boy needs discipline, so Siddhartha should treat him more firmly.
How do you know this? Cite the text in your answer.
Which statement about Siddhartha's son is FALSE?
He is afraid of Vasudeva.
He makes Siddhartha happy.
He is disrespectful and ungrateful.
He is spoiled and troublesome.
Why do you think that this statement is false? Cite the text in your answer.
What effect does Siddhartha's approach have on the boy?
It makes the boy concerned for his father's health.
It makes the boy angry with his father.
It makes the boy laugh at his father's weakness.
It makes the boy sad about the way that he acted.
How do you know this? Cite the text in your response.
Which character trait does NOT apply to Vesduva?
How do you know that this character trait does not apply to Vesduva? Refer to the text in your explanation.
Which is the correct sequence of events?
The boy steals the boat; Vesduva tells his friend to listen to the river; the boy runs away
Vesduva makes an oar for the boat; the boy runs away; the boy yells at his father
The boy runs away; Siddhartha stands by the garden and thinks; Vesduva tells his friend to listen to the river
The boy yells at his father; the boy steals the boat; Siddhartha stands by the garden and thinks
Which figurative language technique is used in the following?
"Your son, my friend, is worrying you, and he is also worrying me. That young bird is accustomed to a different life, to a different nest. "
How do you figure? Explain your answer in a complete sentence.
Which statement is FALSE?
Siddhartha learns that love can be selfish.
Siddhartha learns that children bring suffering and worry.
Siddhartha learns that he cannot protect his son.
Siddhartha learns that children need structure and rules.
Why do you believe that this is false? Refer to the text in your answer.
Based on how the story concludes, which would be most likely to occur next if the story were to continue?
Siddhartha would search for his son with greater intensity.
Siddhartha would take his anger and grief out on Vesduva.
Siddhartha and Vesduva would establish a list of rules for their hut in the woods.
Siddhartha and Vesduva would continue living as they once did.
Why do you believe this? Explain your answer and support it with textual evidence.