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Soul Catcher. By Frank Herbert. Soul Catcher. Requirements: All work must pass with a 75% or better . Each chapter requires a set of answers to the given questions. The answers need to be written in complete sentences (this means including the questions with in the answers).

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soul catcher

Soul Catcher

By Frank Herbert

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Soul Catcher

Requirements:All work must pass with a75% or better.

  • Each chapter requires a set of answers to the given questions.
    • The answers need to be written in complete sentences (this means including the questions with in the answers).
  • Each chapter has vocabulary words that have three requirements.
    • Please read the directions on the vocabulary page.
  • There is a required activity to be done once the book is completed.
  • A Final is required to complete the book requirements.
  • Please note; all written materials must be:
    • In Microsoft Word,
    • Spell and grammar checked
    • Written in complete sentences (including spelling definitions)
    • Sent in electronically to your teacher.
    • Please save your work frequently and save a copy for yourself.
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The narrative deals with Charles Hobuhet, a hurt, sensitive and vindictive young native American man and his kidnapping of a young white boy that he intends to sacrifice in reparation for all of the wrongs done against his people. It's also a dark look into the human spirit, and the bond that forms between captor and captive. The story revolves around the kidnapping of a young boy who happens to be the son of a prominent politician. He is kidnapped by a Native American living in the California coastal mountains because the 'Indian' has been given a vision by Bee, his spirit creature. He has to find out whether this boy is worthy of what destiny says the 'Indian' must do. The ending is well worth the length of the novel itself.

pages 1 32
Pages 1-32
  • What title did the kidnapped boy’s father have?
  • What does Charles Hobuhet do and what was he like before he kidnapped David Marshall?
  • In Katsuk’s kidnap letter, what was he going to do with David and why?
  • In what mountain range was David’s camp?
  • What does “Katsuk” mean?
  • How did Katsuk’s sister die and why?
  • Who told Katsuk what to do and how did it tell him?
  • Why did Katsuk choose David to kidnap?
  • What was the name the Indians had applied to the whites and what did it mean?
  •  Why did Chief say David had to come with him in the night?
pages 1 321
Pages 1-32
  • page 1 clarity
  • page 2 subtle
  • page 5 subdued
  • page 6 diffident
  • page 7 diffused
  • page 8 explicit
  • page 13 dappled
  • page 13 qualm
  • page 20 deranged
  •  page 21 consecrated
  • page 23 undulant
  • page 29 enthralled
  • page 32 astronomical
pages 32 64
Pages 32-64
  • What is Kuschtaliute?
  • What ritual occurred in the moonlight after David was kidnapped?
  • Why wouldn’t the dogs follow their trail?
  • What was the omen Katsuk believed he saw at the top of the mountain?
  • What cliché’s did Katsuk bring up for the reasons “why”?
  • Why did Katsuk treat David the way he did?
  • What did David do to help the rescuers look for him?
  •  What importance does the raven have to the Indians?
  • What did the Raven tell Katsuk?
  •  What was David’s first sign that people were looking for him?
pages 32 641
Pages 32-64
  • Page 33 immensity
  • Page 34 constraint 
  • Page 36 foreboding
  • Page 38 peril
  • Page 39 tyranny
  • Page 42 hooraw
  • Page 43 futile
  • Page 45 shale
  • Page 50 aversion
  • Page 53 undignified
  • Page 53 reprieve
  • Page 60 audible
  • Page 64 primal
pages 64 100
Pages 64-100
  • As David stayed in the forest longer and longer, what was happening to him and his white behavior? 
  • Who were the eyes from which they never escaped?
  • How did Katsuk’s father die?
  • Why couldn’t the helicopters see David in the wide open places even if they had showed up?
  • What was the gray mush made out of that Katsuk made for David?
  • Where David saw the hikers why didn’t he sneak around Katsuk?
  • Where did Katsuk know the hiker from?
  •  Why did Katsuk kill the hiker?
  • “Who” did Katsuk blame for Vince’s death?
  • What was the drink Katsuk made for David and what was it for?
pages 64 1001
Pages 64-100
  • Page 71 primal
  • Page 73 intrusion
  • Page 76 immersed
  • Page 76 accommodating
  • Page 82 fraudulent
  • Page 82 pretensions
  • Page 83 squeamishness
  •  Page 85 aboriginal
  • Page 97 incoherent
  • Page 99 convulsively
pages 100 167
Pages 100-167
  • In order to leave Katsuk, David had to do what?
  • Why didn’t David go the way Tskanay told him to once he started to run away?
  • What was ironic about Katsuk bringing up Gandhi as an example?
  • Why wouldn’t Cally and the others help David?
  •  What did Tskanay do to take away David’s innocence?
  • Why was David still an innocent after that incident?
  • Why wouldn’t the two Indian youths talk to David?
  • Who was Kwahoutze?
  • What was Katsuk’s omen tree?
  • Why was Katsuk asking forgiveness from his omen tree?
pages 64 1002
Pages 64-100
  • Page 71 primal
  • Page 73 intrusion
  • Page 76 immersed
  • Page 76 accommodating
  • Page 82 fraudulent
  • Page 82 pretensions
  • Page 83 squeamishness
  •  Page 85 aboriginal
  • Page 97 incoherent
  • Page 99 convulsively
pages 167 201
Pages 167-201
  • Why did Ish, Cally, and Tskanay stop talking about what to do with Katsuk?
  • What had Katsuk encouraged David to do with his thinking-talking pattern?
  • What must the innocent ask before he is killed?
  • What do Katsuk’s people do when they are confused, compared to the white man?
  • What did the river give to Katsuk?
  • What was the river’s name in Katsuk’s native tongue?
  • When the white people first showed up, the Native Americans thought they were descendants of whom?
  • What did Hoquat’s spirit say to Katsuk?
  • What is Klalepiah?
  • What angered David so much that he threw a rock and scratched Katsuk’s cheek?
pages 201 246
Pages 201-246
  • What is a transactional relationship?
  • What is body talk?
  • What did Katsuk think caused him to get sick?
  • Who told Katsuk rain was coming?
  •  What things did David begin to see he had learned from?
  • How did Katsuk find David?
  • What was Katsuk’s death dream?
  •  What is David promising Katsuk he well tell the rescuers so they don’t kill him?
  • How did David ask to be killed?
  •  What pained David more than the arrow?
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Choose a project from the Project Table and turn in into your teacher. Please remember that you cannot do a project that you have previously done for another book.