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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. What does Fax mean to do to the bronze rider?
2. Who does Lessa complain to?
3. Who does F'lar get to implement his plan?
4. What was Lessa doing at the end of the chapter?
5. What makes F'lar chuckle?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why is Lessa so frustrated with R'gul?
2. What made F'lar's wing one that people wanted to serve under?
3. What was the heretic thought that Lessa caught herself thinking?
4. Why does Lessa agree to support and listen to everything F'lar says?
5. Why isn't Ramoth allowed to join in the 'fun' of fighting the Threads?
6. What does problem does Lessa help F'lar and Robinson work on?
7. What does F'lar respond with to the Hold Lords?
8. Why does the watch-wher like Lessa?
9. Who comes and visits the Weyr and of what interest is the item they bring?
10. What does F'lar require of the Lords of the Holds?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Compare and contrast this book to any other fantasy novel you may have read. How does it compare and how does it differ? Compare protagonists and antagonists. Which has the most seemingly insurmountable obstacles? Which was harder to predict?
Essay Topic 2
Contrast F'lar and R'guls opinions of leadership. How do their feelings about things differ? In what ways are they similar? Who is the more effective leader in calm times? In tumultuous times? Do they differ at all? Why or why not?
Essay Topic 3
For each tradition F'lar broke, explain a possible reason why he did this. What does this say about his previous devotion to scripture and the traditions? Which do you think is more correct? Why?
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