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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. C'baoth leads Luke to the village for a real-life lesson, leaving Artoo behind, since droids are ____.
2. Thrawn tells Pellaeon that they have the ____ to protect themselves and C'baoth is too unstable to be a threat.
3. Hans' captor, Irenez, hands his effects to a taller and authoritative woman named ____.
4. Wild Karrde lands on planet ____ and the crew sets up headquarters in town.
5. Bringing Lando into the conversation, Han asks about Bel Iblis' relations with ____.
Short Essay Questions
1. How do ethics play a role in this section of the book.
2. Who is Joruus C'baoth?
3. Why is Admiral Ackbar under house arrest?
4. Why does Luke seem concerned when he meets C'baoth?
5. What do you think of Ferrier's moral character in the first section of the book? How did that backfire on him?
6. Explain how Ferrier's presence in the first section of the book reinforces Thrawn's plan.
7. Explain Mara Jade's unique talents.
8. Pellaeon is nervous about C'baoth's obedience, but Thrawn is not because of what factors?
9. What is the Katana Fleet and who knows about it?
10. Do you think that the Imperials respect C'baoth because they call him Master?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Thrawn seems cold and calculated throughout the book. He has a plan and seems to know how to implement it. However, everyone has a weakness.
1. What do you feel that Thrawn's weakness is and why? Use at least three specific examples from the book to back your answer up.
2. How would you exploit Thrawn's weakness if you were a member of the New Republic?
3. How would you exploit Thrawn's weakness if you were Pellaeon and clearly want to escape from Thrawn's rule?
Essay Topic 2
The Force is a big part of the book.
1. What is the Force?
2. Who uses the Force in the story?
3. Explain three detailed uses of the Force in the story.
Essay Topic 3
Choose the character that you identify with most in the story. Use at least three examples from your own life and at least three from the book to explain why you feel so close to that character.
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