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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. Thrawn has placed a rich bounty on ____.
2. ____ is Karrde's first name.
3. C'baoth wants to win over Luke to help him punish ____.
4. Thrawn is giving the Noghri one last chance to kidnap ____.
5. C'baoth leads Luke to a building where Svan and ____ are about to kill one another.
Short Essay Questions
1. What is Leia's relationship with the Noghiri?
2. Explain how Ferrier's presence in the first section of the book reinforces Thrawn's plan.
3. Explain why C'baoth is acting strange with regard to wanting to complete Luke and Leia's Jedi training, as well as that of Leia's children.
4. Why do Khabarakh and Chewie dislike each other?
5. Explain Han's capture and how it reflects badly on Borsk Fey'lya.
6. Explain Leia's feelings about how the Noghiri are treating her.
7. Explain Bel Iblis' circumstances since being believed dead.
8. Do you think that the Imperials respect C'baoth because they call him Master?
9. Explain the twisted view that the Noghiri take of Darth Vader and the empire.
10. Explain Leia's attachment to Endor and the good and bad feelings that she has when she arrives there.
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Redemption is a big theme in the book, such as when Han mentions to Fey'lya that it is not too late to back away and drop the lies that Fey'lya is telling about Ackbar.
1. Define what redemption means to you.
2. Explain three places that redemption is mentioned in the book.
3. Give a real life example of someone that you know achieving redemption for something.
Essay Topic 2
Besides good versus evil, list three main themes that ran throughout the book and give at least two examples of each.
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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