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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. In Chapter 25, Luke crawls to hide as someone enters the room speaking to whom by radio?
(a) Oscar Wydell.
(b) Melton.
(c) Philip Twinings.
(d) Aldous Krakenaur.

2. What refers to the sudden, illegal deposition of a government?
(a) Rivalry.
(b) Coup.
(c) Exposition.
(d) Inquisition.

3. Where did Margaret Peterson Haddix grow up?
(a) Minnesota.
(b) Wyoming.
(c) Illinois.
(d) Ohio.

4. Who was a popular newscaster before the Population Police came into power but was exiled?
(a) Aldous Krakenaur.
(b) Mr. Talbot.
(c) Oscar Wydell.
(d) Philip Twinings.

5. What refers to a widespread scarcity of food, caused by several factors including crop failure, overpopulation, or government policies?
(a) Fertility.
(b) Fatality.
(c) Fortune.
(d) Famine.

6. Who cries out from the crowd that she made the quilt Luke dropped in Chapter 32?
(a) Jen.
(b) Aileen Mootispaw.
(c) Adriana.
(d) Nina.

7. When Luke attempts to get to the stage in Chapter 29, who prevents him?
(a) Wolves.
(b) Politicians.
(c) Bodyguards.
(d) Lawyers.

8. Who was the individual that made the law that third children were illegal in the novel?
(a) Mr. Talbot.
(b) Don Everts.
(c) Oscar Wydell.
(d) Aldous Krakenaur.

9. Luke declares publicly that he is what in Chapter 31?
(a) Selling the horse.
(b) Outraged.
(c) Against the new government.
(d) A third child.

10. When was Margaret Peterson Haddix born?
(a) 1948.
(b) 1951.
(c) 1973.
(d) 1964.

11. In Chapter 29, Luke realizes that Oscar will use whatever is to his benefit to do what?
(a) Play basketball.
(b) Kill third children.
(c) Win at chess.
(d) Remain in control.

12. What is a figure of speech that directly compares two different things, usually by employing the words "like" or "as"?
(a) Protagonist.
(b) Metaphor.
(c) Simile.
(d) Catalyst.

13. Whose voice does Luke hear in his head encouraging him to go to the stage in Chapter 29?
(a) Eli's.
(b) Don's.
(c) Jen's.
(d) Nina's.

14. In Chapter 25, Luke crawls to hide as who enters the room?
(a) Aldous Krakenaur.
(b) Melton.
(c) Philip Twinings.
(d) Oscar Wydell.

15. Who disappears as Luke gives his speech in Chapter 32?
(a) Eli.
(b) Philip Twinings.
(c) Oscar Wydell.
(d) Aileen Mootispaw.

Short Answer Questions

1. When Luke goes to tend to the horses, he sees that none of them have been fed since the Population Police deserted the area how long ago in Chapter 21?

2. What does Luke make for his breakfast in Chapter 22?

3. Two of the major events that led to the governmental overthrow were events Luke was involved in. What was the second?

4. What term refers to the main character of a literary, theatrical, cinematic, or musical narrative?

5. At the beginning of a literary narrative, what is the author's providing of some background information to the audience about the plot, characters' histories, setting, and theme?

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