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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. Death's Head will meet Han at ____.
2. Chewie stows ____ in a large hanging dish and scrambles into a booth.
3. Karrde's ship is called the ____ Karrde.
4. When the Falcon arrives at Endor, Endor's moon is ____.
5. Luke thinks that C'baoth is not evil, but ____.
Short Essay Questions
1. Do you think that Pellaeon respects Grand Admiral Thrawn?
2. Explain how Ferrier's presence in the first section of the book reinforces Thrawn's plan.
3. Explain Han's reaction to meeting General Garm Bel Iblis.
4. Explain the twisted view that the Noghiri take of Darth Vader and the empire.
5. What is the Katana Fleet and who knows about it?
6. Why does Luke seem concerned when he meets C'baoth?
7. Explain C'baoth's lesson to Luke about pain.
8. Explain the strange relationship between the Empire and the New Republic on New Cov.
9. How do ethics play a role in this section of the book.
10. Do you think that Leia is right to feel guilty when Thrawn confronts Khabarakh?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
C'baoth plays a large role in the book. Describe C'baoth's mental decline throughout the book, using at least five specific examples from the story. Also, explain why you think C'baoth acts the way that he does and what you feel that Luke or the New Republic should do with C'baoth, as a result of his actions and mental instability.
Essay Topic 2
Although the characters listed below are not the main focus in the book, they play important roles. Explain in detail the role that each of the following characters plays in moving the story along:
Essay Topic 3
Having read the entire book, explain three lessons that you feel that the book tries to teach and use examples of each from the book to back up your response. Then give at least one example each of how those lessons could be applied to real life. Over all, do you think that the book delivers any important messages? Why or why not?
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