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A Visit to William Blake's Inn Test | Mid-Book Test - Hard

Nancy Willard
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Mid-Book Test - Hard

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This quiz consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.

Short Answer Questions

1. What object mentioned in Poem 2 contains the inscription "Blake's Celestial Limousine?"



2. What does the boy's friend tell him will be as soft as hay in Poem 3?



3. In the Frontispiece, which character says they are already there?



4. Which characters mentioned during Poem 4 are busy working on another poem?



5. Which character signs the dedication on the title page in the Introduction?



Short Essay Questions

1. What do the sunflowers want in Poem 8?



2. What is a big difference between the rabbit and the cow in Poem 9?



3. Describe the Man in the Marmalade Hat mentioned in Poem 5.



4. What magical things happen during Poem 2 when the traveler enters the car?



5. What are the dangers outside the inn mentioned in Poem 3?



6. What is unusual about the king's breakfast described in Poem 6?



7. Describe the little boy's appearance in the Frontispiece.



8. What does Nancy think about when she stares at the glowing stars on her ceiling?



9. What is the surprising contrast in the character of the rabbit that Poem 4 reveals?



10. How is the experience different for the tiger compared to the boy in Poem 10?



Essay Topics

What is the significance of taking a spiritual journey versus just a physical one? How does this affect the boy in particular?

Part 1) What is the difference in the journeys of the boy versus the Rat?

Part 2) Describe the boy's experience at the end and how it varies greatly from his arrival. What new friends has he made? What fears has he conquered?

Part 3) Of all the travelers, who gains the most knowledge and understanding from this adventure? Why?

Blake constantly brings up metaphors and imagery associated with strength. Give 3 examples of how strength is portrayed and characters who unexpectedly show great confidence.

The point of view in the story is generally that of the reader but sometimes shifts to other characters. Give 3 examples of where it shifts and how that affects the telling of the story.

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