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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 mantra was endlessly repeated by the officials in the Ukraine?
2. How many children did Katerina and Ivan end up having?
3. What does Ivan realize about his perception about the Ukraine?
4. What was the final proof that Ivan had broken Yaga's spells?
5. Where were Ivan and Katerina headed?
Short Essay Questions
1. What information does Bear give to Katerina to help her?
2. Why did Mikola not write down his spells, despite the fact that he had thought about doing so?
3. How did the fire work in Ivan and Sergei's favor?
4. How does Ivan deduce that Katerina and him should not be on the plane they got on?
5. How was Ivan tangled up in people's expectations of him on his wedding night, and his behavior?
6. Why doesn't Esther take pupils and teach them what she knows, practice her witchcraft openly?
7. For what reasons does Katerina decide to leave the people of Taina?
8. What dilemma does Katerina place on Father Lukas?
9. What was the only repercussion to the revolt that occurred in Taina while Katerina was gone, and what happened as a result?
10. What lie does Yaga tell Katerina that she knows is a lie immediately?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Although Bear initially went to kill Ivan, he seems to have had a change of heart once Ivan frees him. Discuss this change of heart, and Bear's actions afterwards, and what this suggests about not only his desire to kill Ivan, but also about his relationship with Yaga.
Essay Topic 2
Katerina and Ivan give their children all the choice in the world about what they want to do and who they want to be. Discuss how this might be a problem, with children having different lives in different worlds, and whether or not it makes them unsuited for either.
Essay Topic 3
Compare Ivan and Katerina's perspective regarding both sex and marriage. Explain how their cultures shape their perspectives, and the influence of those cultures on their actions regarding marriage and the dynamics within it.
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