Study Guide Mountains Beyond Mountains by Tracy Kidder

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MOUNTAINS BEYOND MOUNTAINS STUDY GUIDE

 

STUDY QUESTIONS - MULTIPLE CHOICE QUIZ

 

1. Kidder first meets Paul Farmer

a.) at a church in Cange.
b.) at an American army base.
c.) at a meeting about TB in Russia.

2. Paulís childhood was unique because

a.) he lived in church.
b.) he lived on a bus,
c.) he lived in a trailer. ........

.......15.) When Paul spoke of the O for the P, he was referring to

a.) oil for the poor.
b.) outcomes for the poor.
c.) options for the poor.

 

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