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  1. In Jack London's short story "To Build a Fire", on what trail was the man walking?
    Yukon trail
  2. In Jack London's short story "To Build a Fire", in what direction did the trail lead?
    eastward
  3. In Jack London's short story "To Build a Fire", what time was it when the man reached the top of the steep bank?
    9 o'clock
  4. In Jack London's short story "To Build a Fire", in what direction was the sun?
    due south
  5. In Jack London's short story "To Build a Fire", how wide was the Yukon?
    a mile
  6. In Jack London's short story "To Build a Fire", the Yukon was hidden under how many feet of ice?
    3 feet
  7. In Jack London's short story "To Build a Fire", the main trail led south how many miles to the Chilcoot Pass and Dyea?
    500 miles
  8. In Jack London's short story "To Build a Fire", the main trail led south 500 miles to what two places?
    • Chilcoot Pass
    • Dyea
  9. In Jack London's short story "To Build a Fire", the main trail led north how many miles to Dawson?
    70 miles
  10. In Jack London's short story "To Build a Fire", the main trail led north 70 miles to what place?
    Dawson
  11. In Jack London's short story "To Build a Fire", the main trail led north how many miles to Nulato?
    1000 miles
  12. In Jack London's short story "To Build a Fire", the main trail led north 1000 miles to what place?
    Nulato
  13. In Jack London's short story "To Build a Fire", the main trail led north how many miles to St. Michael, on Bering Sea?
    1500 miles
  14. In Jack London's short story "To Build a Fire", the main trail led north 1500 miles to what place?
    St. Michael, on Bering Sea
  15. In Jack London's short story "To Build a Fire", what word means newcomer in the land?
    chechaquo
  16. In Jack London's short story "To Build a Fire", 50 degrees below zero meant how many degrees of frost?
    eighty-odd
  17. In Jack London's short story "To Build a Fire", what temperature meant eighty-odd degrees of frost?
    50 degrees below zero
  18. In Jack London's short story "To Build a Fire", the man was bound for the old claim on the left fork of what place?
    Henderson Creek
  19. In Jack London's short story "To Build a Fire", the boys had come over the divide from what country?
    Indian Creek country
  20. In Jack London's short story "To Build a Fire", at what time would the man make it to camp?
    6 o'clock
  21. In Jack London's short story "To Build a Fire", what did the man have packed for his lunch?
    biscuits
  22. In Jack London's short story "To Build a Fire", how much snow had fallen since the last sled had passed over?
    a foot
  23. In Jack London's short story "To Build a Fire", what was the temperature?
    75 degrees below zero
  24. In Jack London's short story "To Build a Fire", since it was 75 degrees below zero, how many degrees of frost were obtained?
    107 degrees
  25. In Jack London's short story "To Build a Fire", what color beard and mustache did the man have?
    red
  26. In Jack London's short story "To Build a Fire", what color beard was forming on the man's face because of his tobacco?
    amber
  27. In Jack London's short story "To Build a Fire", the man had been out before in how many cold snaps?
    two
  28. In Jack London's short story "To Build a Fire", the spirit thermometer at what place registered at fifty below and at fifty-five?
    Sixty Mile
  29. In Jack London's short story "To Build a Fire", when the man reached Henderson Creek, he knew he was how far from the forks?
    10 miles
  30. In Jack London's short story "To Build a Fire", at what time did the man reach Henderson Creek?
    10 o'clock
  31. In Jack London's short story "To Build a Fire", what was the man's pace?
    4 miles per hour
  32. In Jack London's short story "To Build a Fire", at what time did the man expect to make it to the forks?
    half-past twelve
  33. In Jack London's short story "To Build a Fire", in how long had no man gone up the creek?
    a month
  34. In Jack London's short story "To Build a Fire", the man devised a nose strap of the sort that who wore in cold snaps?
    Bud
  35. In Jack London's short story "To Build a Fire", the pools of water beneath the snow might be how thick?
    3 inches or 3 feet
  36. In Jack London's short story "To Build a Fire", at skin of ice how thick covered  the pools of water?
    half an inch thick
  37. In Jack London's short story "To Build a Fire", from direction did the flow of water come in the creek?
    the right
  38. In Jack London's short story "To Build a Fire", in the course of how much time, the man came upon several similar traps?
    2 hours
  39. In Jack London's short story "To Build a Fire", the man removed the mitten from what hand to help the dog?
    his right
  40. In Jack London's short story "To Build a Fire", the man did not expose his fingers for more than how long when he helped the dog?
    a minute
  41. In Jack London's short story "To Build a Fire", at what time was the day its brightest?
    12 o'clock
  42. In Jack London's short story "To Build a Fire", how long did it take the man to unbutton his jacket and shirt and retrieve his lunch?
    no more than a quarter of a minute
  43. In Jack London's short story "To Build a Fire", the man struck his fingers with how many sharp smashes against his leg?
    a dozen
  44. In Jack London's short story "To Build a Fire", the man from what place had spoken the truth when telling how cold it sometimes got in the country?
    Sulphur Creek
  45. In Jack London's short story "To Build a Fire", there weren't so many springs on what side of Henderson Creek?
    left side
  46. In Jack London's short story "To Build a Fire", the man avoided springs on the left side of Henderson Creek for how long?
    half an hour
  47. In Jack London's short story "To Build a Fire", how long would getting wet halfway to his knees delay him?
    an hour
  48. In Jack London's short story "To Build a Fire", if a man's feet are dry, he can run along the trail for how long to restore his circulation?
    half a mile
  49. In Jack London's short story "To Build a Fire", no man must travel alone where after fifty below?
    Klondike
  50. In Jack London's short story "To Build a Fire", what kind of socks did the man have?
    German socks
  51. In Jack London's short story "To Build a Fire", where did the man build his first fire, which was a mistake?
    under a spruce tree
  52. In Jack London's short story "To Build a Fire", the man reached in his pocket for a second piece of what?
    birch bark
  53. In Jack London's short story "To Build a Fire", how many times did the man scratch before he succeeded in lighting the match?
    20 times
  54. In Jack London's short story "To Build a Fire", how many sulphur matches did the man light at once?
    70 matches
  55. In Jack London's short story "To Build a Fire", for how long did the man beat his hands against his legs?
    5 minutes
  56. In Jack London's short story "To Build a Fire", the man had once seen what winged figure?
    Mercury
  57. In Jack London's short story "To Build a Fire", the man ran no more than how far when he staggered and pitched headlong?
    100 feet
  58. In Jack London's short story "A Piece of Steak", what is the name of the main character?
    Tom King
  59. In Jack London's short story "A Piece of Steak", how many children did Tom have?
    two
  60. In Jack London's short story "A Piece of Steak", how many ha'pennies had gone to buy the bread?
    two
  61. In Jack London's short story "A Piece of Steak", how much was Tom's cotton shirt worth?
    two shillings
  62. In Jack London's short story "A Piece of Steak", how many times did Tom break his nose?
    twice
  63. In Jack London's short story "A Piece of Steak", who did Tom face 20 years ago and broke the man's jaw?
    Woolloomoolloo Gouger
  64. In Jack London's short story "A Piece of Steak", Gouger's jaw had only healed for how long?
    4 months
  65. In Jack London's short story "A Piece of Steak", Gouger broke his jaw in what bout?
    Newcastle
  66. In Jack London's short story "A Piece of Steak", in what round did Tom break Gouger's jaw?
    9th
  67. In Jack London's short story "A Piece of Steak", Tom's first knuckle had been smashed on whose head?
    Benny Jones
  68. In Jack London's short story "A Piece of Steak", what was Benny Jones otherwise known as?
    Welsh Terror
  69. In Jack London's short story "A Piece of Steak", what two places did Tom's wife go to for a steak?
    • Burke's
    • Sawley's
  70. In Jack London's short story "A Piece of Steak", what kind of dog did Tom have in earlier years?
    bull terrier
  71. In Jack London's short story "A Piece of Steak", in earlier years, Burke would have given Tom credit for how many steaks?
    a thousand
  72. In Jack London's short story "A Piece of Steak", in what country does the story take place?
    Australia
  73. In Jack London's short story "A Piece of Steak", where did Tom run in the early mornings to get his legs in shape?
    Domain
  74. In Jack London's short story "A Piece of Steak", who was Tom matched to fight with?
    Sandel
  75. In Jack London's short story "A Piece of Steak", the secretary of what club had advanced Tom 3 pounds?
    Gayety Club
  76. In Jack London's short story "A Piece of Steak", the secretary of the Gayety Club had advanced Tom how much money?
    3 pounds
  77. In Jack London's short story "A Piece of Steak", what is the name of Tom's wife?
    Lizzie
  78. In Jack London's short story "A Piece of Steak", what time is it when Tom asks his wife?
    quarter before eight (7:45)
  79. In Jack London's short story "A Piece of Steak", there was a 4 round spar between what two men?
    • Dealer Wells
    • Gridley
  80. In Jack London's short story "A Piece of Steak", there was a 10 round fight between who and a sailor bloke?
    Starlight
  81. In Jack London's short story "A Piece of Steak", Tom rose to his feet after how much time?
    10 minutes
  82. In Jack London's short story "A Piece of Steak", how much money does Tom get if he wins?
    30 quid
  83. In Jack London's short story "A Piece of Steak", how far was it to the Gayety?
    2 miles
  84. In Jack London's short story "A Piece of Steak", Tom had once been the heavyweight champion of what place?
    New South Wales
  85. In Jack London's short story "A Piece of Steak", what two men rode in motorcars?
    • Tommy Burns
    • the Yankee, Jack Johnson
  86. In Jack London's short story "A Piece of Steak", people bought Tom a drink for the privilege of how long of a talk?
    5 minutes
  87. In Jack London's short story "A Piece of Steak", what man did Tom knock out in the 18th round at Rush-Cutters Bay?
    old Stowsher Bill
  88. In Jack London's short story "A Piece of Steak", where did Tom knock out old Stowsher Bill in the 18th round?
    Rush-Cutters Bay
  89. In Jack London's short story "A Piece of Steak", in what round did Tom knock out old Stowsher Bill at Rush-Cutters Bay?
    18th round
  90. In Jack London's short story "A Piece of Steak", where did Sandel come from?
    New Zealand
  91. In Jack London's short story "A Piece of Steak", how long ago did Tom fight old Stowsher Bill?
    20 years ago
  92. In Jack London's short story "A Piece of Steak", at what street did Tom turn to the left?
    Castlereagh Street
  93. In Jack London's short story "A Piece of Steak", after turning left at Castlereagh Street, how many blocks was it to the Gayety?
    3 blocks
  94. In Jack London's short story "A Piece of Steak", who was the referee for Tom's fight?
    Jack Ball
  95. In Jack London's short story "A Piece of Steak", Jack Ball, the referee, had not refereed a game for how long?
    10 years
  96. In Jack London's short story "A Piece of Steak", what man from North Sydney challenged the winner for fifty pounds side bet?
    Young Pronto
  97. In Jack London's short story "A Piece of Steak", where was Young Pronto from?
    North Sydney
  98. In Jack London's short story "A Piece of Steak", Young Pronto from North Sydney challenged the winner for how many pounds side bet?
    50 pounds
  99. In Jack London's short story "A Piece of Steak", what color hair did Sandel have?
    yellow
  100. In Jack London's short story "A Piece of Steak", Tom glanced over to the press-box and nodded to what two men?
    • Morgan, of the Sportsman
    • Corbett, of the Referee
  101. In Jack London's short story "A Piece of Steak", what two men were Tom's seconds?
    • Sid Sullivan
    • Charley Bates
  102. In Jack London's short story "A Piece of Steak", how long did the men get to rest between rounds?
    a minute
  103. In Jack London's short story "A Piece of Steak", Tom made Sandel come forward how far?
    three quarter of the ring
  104. In Jack London's short story "A Piece of Steak", how long had passed in the 3rd round when Sandel left an opening?
    half a minute
  105. In Jack London's short story "A Piece of Steak", how long did the rounds last?
    3 minutes each
  106. In Jack London's short story "A Piece of Steak", Sandel was again careless in what round?
    6th round
  107. In Jack London's short story "A Piece of Steak", how long of a count did Sandel take?
    9 seconds
  108. In Jack London's short story "A Piece of Steak", in what round did King right hook Sandel's jaw three times inside a minute?
    9th round
  109. In Jack London's short story "A Piece of Steak", to prove he was okay, Sandel threw how many back air-springs?
    two
  110. In Jack London's short story "A Piece of Steak", if Tom would have fought like Sandel, he wouldn't have lasted how long?
    15 minutes
  111. In Jack London's short story "A Piece of Steak", at what second did Sandel roll over on his face?
    4th second
  112. In Jack London's short story "A Piece of Steak", at what second did Sandel drag himself to his knee?
    7th second
  113. In Jack London's short story "A Piece of Steak", the yelling of the audience was like the roar of the surf where?
    Bondi Beach
  114. In Jack London's short story "A Piece of Steak", who blew cold water in a refreshing spray over Tom's face and chest?
    Sid Sullivan
  115. In Jack London's short story "A Piece of Steak", Sandel increased Young Pronto's bet to what amount?
    100 pounds
  116. In Jack London's short story "A Piece of Steak", it would be how long before Tom could grip a pick handle or a shovel?
    a week
  117. In Jack London's short story "The Heathen", what was the name of the ship?
    Petite Jeanne
  118. In Jack London's short story "The Heathen", what nationality were the seamen?
    Kanaka
  119. In Jack London's short story "The Heathen", how many Kanaka seamen were there on board?
    8 or 10
  120. In Jack London's short story "The Heathen", how many cabin passengers were on board?
    six
  121. In Jack London's short story "The Heathen", from where did the ship sail?
    Rangiroa
  122. In Jack London's short story "The Heathen", how many deck passengers were on board?
    eighty-five
  123. In Jack London's short story "The Heathen", what were two nationalities of the people on board?
    • Paumotans
    • Tahitians
  124. In Jack London's short story "The Heathen", how many of the cabin passengers were American?
    two
  125. In Jack London's short story "The Heathen", what was the name of the only Chinese cabin passenger?
    Ah Choon
  126. In Jack London's short story "The Heathen", what were the other two nationalities of the cabin passengers?
    • German
    • Polish Jew
  127. In Jack London's short story "The Heathen", everyone on the ship was looking forward to a good time in what place?
    Papeete
  128. In Jack London's short story "The Heathen", how much did the Petite Jeanne weigh?
    70 tons
  129. In Jack London's short story "The Heathen", from each of the guys hung at least how many bunches of bananas?
    50 bunches
  130. In Jack London's short story "The Heathen", what winds were not blowing fresh?
    southeast trades
  131. In Jack London's short story "The Heathen", after how long did the trades die away in a dozen or so gasping fans?
    5 hours
  132. In Jack London's short story "The Heathen", what was the nationality of the man who died on the second day?
    Easter Islander
  133. In Jack London's short story "The Heathen", what disease killed the Easter Islander and had 3 others down on their backs?
    smallpox
  134. In Jack London's short story "The Heathen", how many native divers sneaked away in the large whaleboat?
    four
  135. In Jack London's short story "The Heathen", what was the name of the French captain?
    Oudouse
  136. In Jack London's short story "The Heathen", how much did the captain weigh?
    at least 200 pounds
  137. In Jack London's short story "The Heathen", what did the German, two Americans, and the main character use to get drunk?
    scotch whisky
  138. In Jack London's short story "The Heathen", Ah Choon limited himself to how many drinks daily?
    one
  139. In Jack London's short story "The Heathen", the squalls blew fiercely for how long?
    five minutes to half an hour
  140. In Jack London's short story "The Heathen", for how long did the men drink the whisky before it ran out?
    a week
  141. In Jack London's short story "The Heathen", what was the normal register of the barometer in the Paumotus?
    29.90
  142. In Jack London's short story "The Heathen", it was quite customary to see the barometer vacillate between what numbers?
    29.85 and 30.00, or even 30.05
  143. In Jack London's short story "The Heathen", what was the actual reading of the barometer?
    29.62
  144. In Jack London's short story "The Heathen", what person who weighed at least 250 pounds got an arm around Ah Choon's neck?
    Rarotonga wahine (woman)
  145. In Jack London's short story "The Heathen", how many wretches were rolling about or attempting to crawl into safety?
    a dozen
  146. In Jack London's short story "The Heathen", the other pearl buyers and the main character managed to get how many women and children into the cabin?
    about 15
  147. In Jack London's short story "The Heathen", the Captain had something that the main character had never seen on what kind of boat?
    South Sea schooner
  148. In Jack London's short story "The Heathen", how high were the waves?
    80 feet high
  149. In Jack London's short story "The Heathen", how many hours later did the main character pick up one of the ship's hatch covers?
    2 hours later
  150. In Jack London's short story "The Heathen", how many hours after finding the cover did the main character hear voices?
    3 hours later
  151. In Jack London's short story "The Heathen", how many feet away were the Captain and the heathen?
    20 feet
  152. In Jack London's short story "The Heathen", the Captain had lost all his clothes except for what?
    his shoes (heavy brogans)
  153. In Jack London's short story "The Heathen", how far away did the heathen swim after being kicked?
    10 feet
  154. In Jack London's short story "The Heathen", for how much money would the main character drown the Captain?
    2 centimes
  155. In Jack London's short story "The Heathen", what was the heathen's name?
    Otoo
  156. In Jack London's short story "The Heathen", the heathen was a native of what country?
    Borabora
  157. In Jack London's short story "The Heathen", Borabora was the most westerly of what group?
    Society group
  158. In Jack London's short story "The Heathen", how tall was the heathen?
    nearly 6 feet
  159. In Jack London's short story "The Heathen", what crowned champion heavyweight of the American Navy did Otoo beat up?
    Bill King
  160. In Jack London's short story "The Heathen", where did Otoo beat up Bill King?
    German Samoa
  161. In Jack London's short story "The Heathen", what did Bill King do to Otoo before he fought back?
    • kicked him twice
    • struck him once
  162. In Jack London's short story "The Heathen", how long did the fight between Otoo and Bill King last?
    4 minutes
  163. In Jack London's short story "The Heathen", what injuries did Bill King sustain from fighting Otoo?
    • 4 broken ribs
    • broken forearm
    • dislocated shoulder blade
  164. In Jack London's short story "The Heathen", how many months did it take Bill King to recover?
    3 months
  165. In Jack London's short story "The Heathen", on what beach did Otoo fight Bill King?
    Apia beach
  166. In Jack London's short story "The Heathen", for how long did Otoo and the main character drift in the ocean?
    2 days and nights
  167. In Jack London's short story "The Heathen", the main character was lying on the beach how far from the water?
    20 feet
  168. In Jack London's short story "The Heathen", what kind of cruiser rescued the main character and Otoo and brought them to Tahiti?
    French cruiser
  169. In Jack London's short story "The Heathen", what is the main character's name?
    Charley
  170. In Jack London's short story "The Heathen", where did Otoo and Charley depart?
    Papeete
  171. In Jack London's short story "The Heathen", how many weeks later was Otoo back?
    6 weeks later
  172. In Jack London's short story "The Heathen", for how long were Otoo and Charley together?
    17 years
  173. In Jack London's short story "The Heathen", in what three places were Otoo and Charley wrecked?
    • the Gilberts
    • Santa Cruz group
    • the Fijis
  174. In Jack London's short story "The Heathen", what was the name of the knave?
    Randolph Waters
  175. In Jack London's short story "The Heathen", Otoo got away on the first steamer to what place?
    Auckland
  176. In Jack London's short story "The Heathen", on what beach were Otoo and Charley when Charley got the chance to blackbird?
    Samoa
  177. In Jack London's short story "The Heathen", for how long did Otoo and Charley knock about the wildest portions of Melanesia?
    half-dozen (in as many boats)
  178. In Jack London's short story "The Heathen", for the next 6 years, Otoo and Charley knocked about the wildest portions of what place?
    Melanesia
  179. In Jack London's short story "The Heathen", what kind of gun lay ready under a flap of canvas?
    Winchester
  180. In Jack London's short story "The Heathen", what kind of gun did the boat's crew have?
    Sniders
  181. In Jack London's short story "The Heathen", Charley tried to convince the natives to work on what plantations?
    Queensland
  182. In Jack London's short story "The Heathen", what was the name of one of Charley and Otoo's later boats?
    Santa Anna
  183. In Jack London's short story "The Heathen", while the natives scrambled for the treasures, Charley and Otoo were how far away?
    40 feet
  184. In Jack London's short story "The Heathen", how many recruits in how many hours did Charley get off the beach?
    30 recruits in the next 4 hours
  185. In Jack London's short story "The Heathen", what was the most savage island in the easterly Solomons?
    Malaita
  186. In Jack London's short story "The Heathen", the natives had taken up a collection for how long on a white man's head?
    2 years
  187. In Jack London's short story "The Heathen", how far away was Charley from the boat?
    100 yards
  188. In Jack London's short story "The Heathen", how many spears were sticking into Charley?
    a dozen
  189. In Jack London's short story "The Heathen", Otoo arrived in the boat with how many spear thrusts?
    four
  190. In Jack London's short story "The Heathen", how much money per year does the black boy get on the plantations?
    20 dollars
  191. In Jack London's short story "The Heathen", how much money per year does the overseer get?
    1200 dollars
  192. In Jack London's short story "The Heathen", how many dollars per month does Otoo get as a sailor?
    15 dollars
  193. In Jack London's short story "The Heathen", how much money per month does the captain get?
    150 dollars
  194. In Jack London's short story "The Heathen", what position did Otoo have on Charley's first schooner?
    second mate
  195. In Jack London's short story "The Heathen", how much does a schooner cost?
    5000 dollars
  196. In Jack London's short story "The Heathen", Charley and Otoo were in the Solomons picked up a cargo of ivory nuts along the east coast of what place?
    Guadalcanal
  197. In Jack London's short story "The Heathen", you can buy the land how many miles deep for about 100 dollars?
    four miles
  198. In Jack London's short story "The Heathen", what will you have to pay for the land four miles deep from the old chief?
    • 10,000 sticks of tobacoo
    • 10 bottles of squareface
    • Snider
  199. In Jack London's short story "The Heathen", how many years did it take Charley to sell his land?
    3 years
  200. In Jack London's short story "The Heathen", how many acres was Charley's land?
    20,000 acres
  201. In Jack London's short story "The Heathen", how long was the governmental lease on the land?
    999 years
  202. In Jack London's short story "The Heathen", for how long did Charley own the lease?
    90 days
  203. In Jack London's short story "The Heathen", Otoo was responsible for the salving of what?
    Doncaster
  204. In Jack London's short story "The Heathen", how much did the Doncaster cost and how much did it clear?
    • 100 pounds
    • cleared 3000
  205. In Jack London's short story "The Heathen", Otoo led Charley to what plantation and what cocoa venture?
    • Savaii
    • Upolu
  206. In Jack London's short story "The Heathen", how much did Otoo's undershirt and lava-lava cost?
    • 1 shilling for undershirt
    • 4 shillings for lava-lava
  207. In Jack London's short story "The Heathen", at what age did Tom know more about woodcraft than Charley?
    7 years
  208. In Jack London's short story "The Heathen", at what age did Mary go over Sliding Rock without a quiver?
    6 years
  209. In Jack London's short story "The Heathen", at what age could Frank bring up shillings from the bottom in three fathoms?
    6 years
  210. In Jack London's short story "The Heathen", how much did Otoo make one year?
    87 dollars and 20 cents
  211. In Jack London's short story "The Heathen", who drew up Otoo's will?
    Carruthers
  212. In Jack London's short story "The Heathen", what place is alive with sharks?
    Savu
  213. In Jack London's short story "The Heathen", where did Otoo die?
    the Solomons
  214. In Jack London's short story "The Heathen", Otoo and Charley were looking over their holdings in what place and the pearling possibilities of what place?
    • Florida Island
    • Mboli Pass
  215. In Jack London's short story "The Heathen", how many wooly-heads were in the canoe with Charley?
    four
  216. In Jack London's short story "The Heathen", how far away was the schooner?
    100 yards
  217. In Jack London's short story "The Heathen", how long was the shark?
    16 feet
  218. In Jack London's short story "The Heathen", after fighting the shark, how far away was the schooner?
    200 feet
  219. In Jack London's short story "The Heathen", after Otoo came to help, how far away was the schooner?
    30 feet
  220. In Jack London's short story "The Heathen", which way does Otoo tell Charley to go?
    left
  221. In Jack London's short story "To the Man on Trail", what is the name of the man who is making the punch?
    Malemute Kid
  222. In Jack London's short story "To the Man on Trail", who had come down from his claim on Mazy May to spend Christmas?
    Big Jim Belden
  223. In Jack London's short story "To the Man on Trail", for how long had Big Jim Belden been living on straight moose meat?
    2 months
  224. In Jack London's short story "To the Man on Trail", what is the name of the young mining expert who had been in two years?
    Stanley Prince
  225. In Jack London's short story "To the Man on Trail", who wanted to get married?
    Mason
  226. In Jack London's short story "To the Man on Trail", whose father was chief of the Tananas?
    Ruth's
  227. In Jack London's short story "To the Man on Trail", Ruth's father was the chief of what tribe?
    Tananas
  228. In Jack London's short story "To the Man on Trail", who was the tall French Canadian?
    Louis Savoy
  229. In Jack London's short story "To the Man on Trail", where had Louis Savoy heard of the wild deed the previous winter?
    Forty Mile
  230. In Jack London's short story "To the Man on Trail", the Malemute Kid told the unvarnished tale of who?
    Northland Lochinvar
  231. In Jack London's short story "To the Man on Trail", how far behind was the tribe?
    quarter of an hour
  232. In Jack London's short story "To the Man on Trail", when the tribe finally got into what place was the whole post ready for them?
    Nuklukyeto
  233. In Jack London's short story "To the Man on Trail", what was the name of the man who performed the ceremony?
    Father Roubeau
  234. In Jack London's short story "To the Man on Trail", what was Father Roubeau?
    a Jesuit
  235. In Jack London's short story "To the Man on Trail", what was the name of the man who jumped to his feet and sang his favorite drinking song?
    Bettles the Unquenchable
  236. In Jack London's short story "To the Man on Trail", what man does Bettles the Unquenchable sing about in his drinking song?
    Henry Ward Beecher
  237. In Jack London's short story "To the Man on Trail", who did the Englishman, Prince pledge?
    Uncle Sam
  238. In Jack London's short story "To the Man on Trail", what was the name of the German trader?
    Meyers
  239. In Jack London's short story "To the Man on Trail", Savoy and Meyers clanged their cups to who?
    • Alsace
    • Lorraine
  240. In Jack London's short story "To the Man on Trail", how thick was the frost?
    3 inches
  241. In Jack London's short story "To the Man on Trail", how tall was the visitor?
    six foot two or three
  242. In Jack London's short story "To the Man on Trail", who did the visitor seem and look like?
    Frost King
  243. In Jack London's short story "To the Man on Trail", the visitor carried how many and what kind of guns?
    2 Colt's revolvers
  244. In Jack London's short story "To the Man on Trail", how many men and how many dogs were on the first sled, the one that the visitor was chasing?
    • 3 men
    • 8 dogs
  245. In Jack London's short story "To the Man on Trail", how far ahead was the first sled?
    2 days ahead
  246. In Jack London's short story "To the Man on Trail", how many days has the visitor gained on the other sled?
    2 days
  247. In Jack London's short story "To the Man on Trail", from where did the visitor leave?
    Dawson
  248. In Jack London's short story "To the Man on Trail", what time did the visitor leave?
    12 o'clock today
  249. In Jack London's short story "To the Man on Trail", what was the current time?
    midnight
  250. In Jack London's short story "To the Man on Trail", how far did the visitor travel today?
    75 miles (in 12 hours)
  251. In Jack London's short story "To the Man on Trail", what color eyes did the visitor have?
    blue
  252. In Jack London's short story "To the Man on Trail", according to Belden, who died?
    Sal
  253. In Jack London's short story "To the Man on Trail", how old is the visitor's son?
    2 years old
  254. In Jack London's short story "To the Man on Trail", at what time does the visitor want to wake?
    4 o'clock
  255. In Jack London's short story "To the Man on Trail", how much sleep will the visitor get before departing?
    3 hours
  256. In Jack London's short story "To the Man on Trail", what is the name of the visitor?
    Jack Westondale
  257. In Jack London's short story "To the Man on Trail", how long has the Kid known about the visitor?
    3 years
  258. In Jack London's short story "To the Man on Trail", who told the Kid about Jack Westondale?
    Sitka Charley
  259. In Jack London's short story "To the Man on Trail", how many minutes ahead of time was the Kid in waking his guest?
    15 minutes
  260. In Jack London's short story "To the Man on Trail", what was the temperature?
    74 degrees below zero
  261. In Jack London's short story "To the Man on Trail", how many pounds of salmon eggs were on the sled?
    100 pounds
  262. In Jack London's short story "To the Man on Trail", the dogs can go as far on the 100 pounds of salmon as how many pounds of fish?
    150 pounds
  263. In Jack London's short story "To the Man on Trail", where can't the visitor get dog food?
    Pelly
  264. In Jack London's short story "To the Man on Trail", where is the first place you can get food for dog or man?
    Five Fingers
  265. In Jack London's short story "To the Man on Trail", how far away is Five Fingers?
    200 miles
  266. In Jack London's short story "To the Man on Trail", the Kid tells the visitor to watch out for open water on what river?
    Thirty Mile River
  267. In Jack London's short story "To the Man on Trail", where should the visitor take the big cutoff?
    above Le Barge
  268. In Jack London's short story "To the Man on Trail", how much is cheap for buying a dog?
    10 dollars a pound
  269. In Jack London's short story "To the Man on Trail", where can you buy dogs?
    • Five Fingers
    • Little Salmon
    • Hootalinqua
  270. In Jack London's short story "To the Man on Trail", how much time passed after the visitor left until the police came?
    15 minutes
  271. In Jack London's short story "To the Man on Trail", where were the policemen from?
    Northwest Territory
  272. In Jack London's short story "To the Man on Trail", the policeman was followed by how many half-breed dog drivers?
    two
  273. In Jack London's short story "To the Man on Trail", who did the visitor hold up for forty thousand?
    Harry McFarland
  274. In Jack London's short story "To the Man on Trail", the visitor held up Harry McFarland's for how much?
    forty thousand
  275. In Jack London's short story "To the Man on Trail", where did the visitor exchange his forty thousand and for what?
    P.C. store for a check on Seattle
  276. In Jack London's short story "To the Man on Trail", how long did it take the policemen to arrive?
    10 hours
  277. In Jack London's short story "To the Man on Trail", what two dogs would have to be shot before the first mile was covered?
    • Siwash
    • Babette
  278. In Jack London's short story "To the Man on Trail", how many dogs does the policeman want to borrow?
    five
  279. In Jack London's short story "To the Man on Trail", the Kid will sign a check on who for five thousand?
    Captain Constantine
  280. In Jack London's short story "To the Man on Trail", the Kid will sign a check on Captain Constantine for how much?
    five thousand
  281. In Jack London's short story "To the Man on Trail", who did Jack Westondale give his forty thousand to and for what?
    Joe Castrell to buy in on Dominion
  282. In Jack London's short story "To the Man on Trail", at what place did Jack stay behind?
    Circle City
  283. In Jack London's short story "The Wit of Porportuk", what is the name of the mission girl?
    El-Soo
  284. In Jack London's short story "The Wit of Porportuk", who plucked up El-Soo after her mother died?
    Sister Alberta
  285. In Jack London's short story "The Wit of Porportuk", where did Sister Alberta take El-Soo?
    Holy Cross Mission
  286. In Jack London's short story "The Wit of Porportuk", what was the name of El-Soo's father?
    Klakee-Nah
  287. In Jack London's short story "The Wit of Porportuk", how old was El-Soo when she entered the mission?
    8 years old
  288. In Jack London's short story "The Wit of Porportuk", how old was El-Soo when the sisters considered sending her to the United States to further her education?
    16 years old
  289. In Jack London's short story "The Wit of Porportuk", at Tanana Station, what was on one side?
    St. George Mission
  290. In Jack London's short story "The Wit of Porportuk", how much money did Klakee-Nah borrow from Porportuk?
    thousand dollars
  291. In Jack London's short story "The Wit of Porportuk", what kind of Indian was Klakee-Nah?
    Yukon Indian
  292. In Jack London's short story "The Wit of Porportuk", Porportuk and Klakee-Nah made a gold strike on what river?
    Koyukuk River
  293. In Jack London's short story "The Wit of Porportuk", what color eyes did El-Soo have?
    black
  294. In Jack London's short story "The Wit of Porportuk", what man at Tanana Station did El-Soo like?
    Akoon
  295. In Jack London's short story "The Wit of Porportuk", where had Akoon travelled? (5)
    • Sitka
    • United States
    • Hudson Bay
    • Siberia
    • Japan
  296. In Jack London's short story "The Wit of Porportuk", when Akoon first saw El-Soo, how many years back from the mission was she?
    3 years
  297. In Jack London's short story "The Wit of Porportuk", Akoon refused a wage of how much money as pilot on the big steamboats?
    20 dollars
  298. In Jack London's short story "The Wit of Porportuk", how many frostbitten sailors back from a trip to the Arctic were there?
    three
  299. In Jack London's short story "The Wit of Porportuk", the three sailors were the only ones to survive out of how many?
    seventy-four
  300. In Jack London's short story "The Wit of Porportuk", at Klakee-Nah's back, how many old men were there?
    four
  301. In Jack London's short story "The Wit of Porportuk", how many slaves attempted to help Klakee-Nah sit up?
    two
  302. In Jack London's short story "The Wit of Porportuk", what note was for 300 dollars?
    August 1889
  303. In Jack London's short story "The Wit of Porportuk", how much was the note of 1890?
    500 dollars
  304. In Jack London's short story "The Wit of Porportuk", the 500 dollar note was included in the note of 2 months later for how much money?
    a thousand
  305. In Jack London's short story "The Wit of Porportuk", how much money does Klakee-Nah owe Porportuk?
    $15,967.75
  306. In Jack London's short story "The Wit of Porportuk", how much will Klakee-Nah pay Porportuk?
    $16,000
  307. In Jack London's short story "The Wit of Porportuk", where will Klakee-Nah meet Porportuk in the afterlife?
    by the fire of the Great Father of all Indians
  308. In Jack London's short story "The Wit of Porportuk", where does Klakee-Nah have mines?
    Twisted Salmon
  309. In Jack London's short story "The Wit of Porportuk", of what steamer at the bottom of the Yukon is Klakee-Nah half owner?
    Koyukuk
  310. In Jack London's short story "The Wit of Porportuk", what little Englishman is clerk at the trading post?
    Tommy
  311. In Jack London's short story "The Wit of Porportuk", word about the auction went up and down the Yukon from where to where?
    Chilkoot to the Delta
  312. In Jack London's short story "The Wit of Porportuk", when will the auction take place?
    June, at the first salmon run
  313. In Jack London's short story "The Wit of Porportuk", what gun did Akoon carry?
    Winchester
  314. In Jack London's short story "The Wit of Porportuk", at what time was the first salmon caught?
    10 o'clock in the evening
  315. In Jack London's short story "The Wit of Porportuk", how old is El-Soo?
    20 years old
  316. In Jack London's short story "The Wit of Porportuk", for how many years was El-Soo taught at Holy Cross Mission?
    8 years
  317. In Jack London's short story "The Wit of Porportuk", how much does El-Soo weigh?
    132 pounds
  318. In Jack London's short story "The Wit of Porportuk", what kings from the upper Yukon were present at the auction?
    Eldorado and Bonanza
  319. In Jack London's short story "The Wit of Porportuk", how many broken prospectors with scurvy were there?
    two
  320. In Jack London's short story "The Wit of Porportuk", how far away were the forest fires?
    1000 miles
  321. In Jack London's short story "The Wit of Porportuk", who was a stranger in the land and had only arrived to the auction a half an hour before?  He was the first to bid, with 100 dollars.
    the Sitkan
  322. In Jack London's short story "The Wit of Porportuk", what pilot bid 150 dollars?
    Indian from Tozikakat
  323. In Jack London's short story "The Wit of Porportuk", with who did Porportuk get into a bidding war?
    the Eldorado king
  324. In Jack London's short story "The Wit of Porportuk", for much much did El-Soo sell?
    26,000 dollars
  325. In Jack London's short story "The Wit of Porportuk", how many dollars are given for one ounce of gold?
    16 dollars
  326. In Jack London's short story "The Wit of Porportuk", in how many piles does El-Soo want the gold separated?
    three (1000, 3000, and 6000)
  327. In Jack London's short story "The Wit of Porportuk", how much money has Porportuk lost, because the gold was weighed at 16 instead of 17 dollars an ounce?
    625 dollars
  328. In Jack London's short story "The Wit of Porportuk", how many hours later did Porportuk return?
    24 hours
  329. In Jack London's short story "The Wit of Porportuk", how many of the best young trackers and travelers did Porportuk outfit?
    half a dozen
  330. In Jack London's short story "The Wit of Porportuk", what steamer pulled in to shore and wooded up?
    Seattle
  331. In Jack London's short story "The Wit of Porportuk", where did Akoon leave the steamer?
    Fort Yukon
  332. In Jack London's short story "The Wit of Porportuk", what river did Akoon travel on?
    Porcupine River
  333. In Jack London's short story "The Wit of Porportuk", Akoon says that when they reach what place they will not delay?
    Mackenzie
  334. In Jack London's short story "The Wit of Porportuk", when Akoon was shot, what did he injure?
    • broke his right arm
    • broke 2 of his ribs
  335. In Jack London's short story "The Wit of Porportuk", according to Porportuk, if the Mackenzie Indians sold all their valuables, how much money would they have?
    1000 dollars

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