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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 did Ivan figure was the only merciful thing he could do for Katerina?
2. What did Ivan realize when he approached Cousin Marek's?
3. What did Father Lukas see that was different about Katerina's confession?
4. How did Dimitri feel about Katerina?
5. What does Katerina reveal to Ivan while they are on the plane?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Bear react when he is freed?
2. How did the fire work in Ivan and Sergei's favor?
3. Why did Ruth think she had the upper hand when she saw Katerina?
4. How does Ivan tell Katerina she will be perceived by the people in his world if she doesn't wear clothes?
5. Why couldn't Ivan simply bring the book in his arms into his time?
6. For what reasons does Katerina decide to leave the people of Taina?
7. Why was Yaga especially upset about regarding Bear?
8. Why is it an issue to call out Katerina's name and why must Ivan do so?
9. What prompts Ivan to get the message?
10. How does Ivan deduce that Katerina and him should not be on the plane they got on?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
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.
Essay Topic 2
Katerina and Ivan's problem regarding the bridges and their mortality is valid. In essay form, discuss the argument they had about the bridges and some problems that their children might have in either world as a result of having been children of both.
Essay Topic 3
Ivan explains to his son how they can't bring certain medicines back from their time to the time of Taina. Discuss not only Ivan's rationale for this, but also other potential ramifications of medicines being created in the early 900's. Explain the kinds of impacts that would have, and the ripple effect of the introduction of modern medicine to an ancient people.
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