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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What materials are used to make the chairs in Poem 15?
(a) Velveteen, snail's feet, and comet's hair.
(b) Wool, velvet, and silk.
(c) Bat's wool, mouse fur, and mole's skin.
(d) Bat's wool, snail's feet, and onion skin.
2. In Poem 11, who is the character that William Blake compliments?
(a) The fire.
(b) The boy.
(c) The cat.
(d) The rabbit.
3. What is the gift that the King of Cats sends to the cat who winds the clocks in Poem 13?
(a) A wrench.
(b) A thousand sunsets.
(c) Mice to eat.
(d) A magical car.
4. In line one of Poem 13, what does the King of Cats tell his wife to do?
(a) Keep her whiskers clean and sharp.
(b) Clean the house.
(c) Wait for him.
(d) Feed the mice.
5. From what objects does green light emanate in Poem 10?
(a) The dirt.
(b) The gloves.
(c) The shoes.
(d) The stars.
Short Answer Questions
1. What place is called the holy hill in Poem 16?
2. Which two characters have to make amends in Poem 12?
3. By making believe in Poem 9, what can people do?
4. What is the symbol for someone who leads in Poem 12?
5. Which animals does the tiger feel he must sleep by in Poem 14?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is unusual about the tailor's house in Poem 15?
2. When the rabbit requests that everyone make way, what does the cow do in Poem 9?
3. What does Blake urge his readers to do in the Epilogue?
4. What is so special about the walk on the Milky Way described in Poem 10?
5. How is the experience different for the tiger compared to the boy in Poem 10?
6. What characters do the sunflowers move along with in Poem 8?
7. Describe tasks the King of Cats gives his wife in Poem 13.
8. What does Blake say to the fire in Poem 10?
9. Why does Blake give the rat iron boots to wear in Poem 10?
10. When the rabbit requests that everyone make room, what does the cow do in Poem 9?
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