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This test consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does the hare-lipped girl believe will happen once the third day after the crucifixion has passed?
2. Why does the red-beaded man feel guilty?
3. What do the men do after returning from their brief excursions?
4. At the end of the evening, who is left with the Fat Woman?
5. What warning does the red-beaded man give the believers?
Short Essay Questions
1. Describe the man that Barabbas meets who was resurrected from the dead.
2. Describe the residents who live near the Dung Gate.
3. Describe Barabbas' appearance.
4. Describe what the characters do at the fat woman's house.
5. How does the fat woman react to Barabbas staying in Jerusalem?
6. Why doesn't Barabbas believe that Jesus could be the Son of God?
7. What does Barabbas tell the Christian when questioned about his visit to the resurrected man?
8. What do Barabbas and the characters at the fat woman's house discuss?
9. Describe Jesus as Barabbas sees him.
10. What statement does the fat woman make that offends the hare-lipped girl?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Describe the relationship between Barabbas and the fat woman. Compare and contrast their relationship with Barabbas' relationship with the hare-lipped girl. What events and elements affect each relationship? How do the two woman affect Barabbas' character development?
Essay Topic 2
What reasons does the red-bearded man give for Jesus' crucifixion and why? What reasons does Barabbas give for Jesus' crucifixion and why? What events affect Barabbas's reasoning and why?
Essay Topic 3
How do the characters at the fat woman's house rationalize the miracles Barabbas saw on Golgotha? How does their rationalization affect his character? What other miracles does Barabbas rationalize and what effect did his rationalization have on his character development?
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