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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. Who writes a letter to Josiah Wayland, telling him to call forth a meeting of the Council, in Chapter 18: “For This Alone”?
2. What automaton-creature apprehends and takes Tessa from the battle in Chapter 21: “Burning Gold”?
3. What object begins bleeding in Chapter 14: “Parabatai,” informing Will that Jem is dead?
4. Tessa tells Will in Chapter 19: “To Lie and Burn” that she too wishes for an honorable death, like the death of whom?
5. While Will reads poetry to Henry in Chapter 22: “Thunder in the Trumpet,” Henry spends his time scribbling down designs for what?
Short Essay Questions
1. What physical conflict takes place in Chapter 14: “Parabatai”?
2. How is Henry Branwell injured in Chapter 21: "Burning Gold"?
3. What is the outcome for Will and Tessa in Chapter 24: "The Measure of Love"?
4. What takes place during the Council Meeting in Chapter 20: "The Infernal Devices"?
5. With whom does Cecily Herondale become romantically involved with in the novel?
6. How does Tessa succeed in destroying Mortmain in Chapter 21: "Burning Gold"?
7. How is the farewell between Jem and his friends described in Chapter 23: "Than Any Evil"?
8. What is Magnus Bane’s lineage? How old is Magnus Bane?
9. When and where is the Epilogue set? What does Tessa learn in this chapter?
10. How does Will Herondale come to the realization of Jem’s “death” in Chapter 14: “Parabatai”?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Describe and discuss the character of Magnus Bane. What is Magnus’s back story in The Infernal Devices series? Why does he arrive at the London Institute in Chapter 10: “Like Water upon Sand”? How does Will relate to Magnus? How does Magnus's character evolve in the novel?
Essay Topic 2
Discuss the theme of romantic love in Clockwork Princess. How is this theme manifested in the characters of Tessa, Jem, and Will? How is the theme explored through Gideon and Gabriel Lightwood? What statement do you think the author makes regarding romantic love in the story?
Essay Topic 3
Describe and discuss the characters of Josiah Wayland and Victor Whitelaw as seen in the novel. Why do you think that Josiah Wayland wants to remove Charlotte from her position as the head of the London Institute? How does Victor Whitelaw respond to Consul Wayland's allegations? What happens to these characters in the course of the story?
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