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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 is the name of the land in which the narrator finds himself dreaming, in "Polaris"?
2. How did the sailor escape the island in "Dagon"?
(a) He forgot.
(b) A plane took him.
(c) He rode the creature.
(d) An ambulance arrived.
3. After how many days does the boy traveler's kitten go missing, in "The Cats of Ulthar"?
4. Where was it rumored the people of Ib had descended from where, in "The Doom that Came to Sarnath"?
(d) The moon.
5. Celephais is located in the valley of what?
Short Answer Questions
1. The patient in "Beyond the Wall of Sleep" has night rants that are described as extremely what?
2. What does Kurane has believe has been sucked out of the life of modern men, in "Celephais"?
3. What is the name of the narrator in "The White Ship"?
4. What do the people of Sarnath steal from Ib?
5. Once the narrator hooks his machine to the patient, in "Beyond the Wall of Sleep," he sees a world made of what?
Short Essay Questions
1. How is the land of Zar described in "The White Ship"? How is Thalarian described?
2. Describe the dream land of the narrator in "Polaris." What is taking place in the dream-world?
3. What happens to Sarnath after the slaying of the creatures of Ib? For how many years does the city prosper?
4. What does Kurane do once he has reappeared in London, in "Celephais"?
5. Where does the sailor go after escaping the war ship in "Dagon"? Where does he find himself?
6. Describe the beginning of "Polaris." Where is the narrator?
7. What is the setting of "The Doom that Came to Sarnath"? How does the narrator describe the location?
8. What do the townspeople discover in the ending of "The Cats of Ulthar"?
9. Describe the hero's journeys to Xura and Sona-Nyl in "The White Ship." How long does he stay?
10. What happens to the narrator, in the ending of "Beyond the Wall of Sleep"? Where does the light being go?
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