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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What caused Katerina to fall asleep?
(a) She pricked her finger on a spindle.
(b) All of these.
(c) She was sung to sleep by Yaga.
(d) She ate a poisoned apple.
2. What is the only thing holding the Widow back?
(a) The law of succession.
(b) The law of integrity.
(c) The law of righteousness.
(d) The law of redemption.
3. What did Esther fill the basin with?
4. As a result of their argument, what did Katerina resolve?
(a) That she would no longer call Ivan's honor into question.
(b) That she would treat Ivan with more respect.
(c) That she would be a more dutiful wife.
(d) All of these.
5. What can't Ivan do while in Taina?
(a) Both of these.
(b) Write with his own hand.
(c) Speak of where he actually came from.
(d) Neither of these.
Short Answer Questions
1. What message was Yaga trying to send to her late husband, King Brat?
2. What does Ivan think when he notices Father Lukas' contempt for the local Slavs?
3. What was Ivan's reason for going back to the clearing?
4. What did Vanya come to love about moving to the country?
5. What happened in the clearing?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does rock and roll represent to Vanya's father?
2. Why was it unrealistic that Vanya was imagining Abraham in the forest and countryside? Why didn't this stop him from his fantasy?
3. How did Ivan justify what he had seen and heard in the forest as a child?
4. For what reasons did Ivan resent Princess Katerina?
5. What bothered Ivan about his relationship with his father and why?
6. What problems occurred in Taina when Baba Yaga appeared?
7. What was Katerina's justification for their treatment and purchase of slaves?
8. How did Katerina react when Ivan said the witch's name?
9. Why couldn't Yaga simply kill the girl and take over the kingdom?
10. What did Vanya's parents fear? What did they decide to do about it?
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