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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. Mara still knows the back-door password belonging to ____.
2. Thrawn learns that the Flacon is at ____.
3. Han and Lando are watching for their target, ____.
4. Leia thinks that the Noghiri had been enslaved for seven or eight years, but learns that they have really been enslaved for at least ____.
5. Fey'lya charges that Han wants the ____ for presenting the Katana Fleet.
Short Essay Questions
1. How does the Force help LUke when he reaches the Katana Fleet and what are the ramifications of that?
2. Making a final survey of the ship before retiring, Thrawn takes in stride Pellaeon's report that the Falcon is being put into vehicle deep storage, but reacts to what news and in what way?
3. How does Fey'lya handle the battle over the Katana Fleet?
4. How do you think that the expedition to find the Katana Fleet will go, based on what is learned about this expedition in this section?
5. Mara seems to be only interested in her own self-preservation, except where Talon Karrde is concerned. Why do you think that Mara cares so much for Talon Karrde?
6. What are Karrde's motivations for helping Leia and her party recover the Katana Fleet before Fey'lya can get to it?
7. How does the book end, according to Luke's discovery?
8. Explain what Sena thinks about the situation with Fey'lya and Ackbar and why Sena feels that way.
9. Explain how Leia's actions in this section with regard to purifying the Noghiri home world probably saved Leai from capture by Thrawn.
10. Explain how Luke's opinion of C'baoth and Mara's opinion of C'baoth differ.
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Glory and power are key themes in the story. Explain how each of the following characters was seeking power in the story using at least two examples per character.
4. Bel Iblis
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
Good versus Evil is a main theme of the story. Choose three characters from the story, including one that is evil in your opinion, another that is good in your opinion and finally, one that is neutral in your opinion. Write about two examples per character from the story that illustrate why you made those choices.
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