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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. Who does Katerina contact in Taina?
2. What does Ivan ask the children of the village for?
3. What did Ivan realize when he approached Cousin Marek's?
4. What does Ivan tell Matfei?
5. What charm was Ivan wearing?
Short Essay Questions
1. How did Father Lukas die?
2. How was Ivan tangled up in people's expectations of him on his wedding night, and his behavior?
3. What was the effect of the weapons of the future against the peasants of the Widow's army?
4. What was the only repercussion to the revolt that occurred in Taina while Katerina was gone, and what happened as a result?
5. What was the difference in opinion as to why Ivan listened to Katerina once he had awakened her?
6. What prompts Ivan to get the message?
7. How does coupling and pregnancy affect Katerina's ability to utilize her power?
8. What dilemma does Katerina place on Father Lukas?
9. What lie does Yaga tell Katerina that she knows is a lie immediately?
10. What happened when Ivan attempted to eat the chicken that Ruth brought, and what happened as a result?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Taina no longer exists in Ivan's time, and this comes as a great shock to Katerina. Utilizing scholarly history articles, suggest what may have happened to Taina based on its location, religion and time frame.
Essay Topic 2
Although towards the end, Ivan is concerned that he has changed history, he remembers instances in which Ivan is mentioned several times in the modern versions of the fairy tales. Suggest reasons why Ivan wasn't concerned about this the moment he went back in time, although it is a consideration often mentioned in literature regarding time travel of any kind.
Essay Topic 3
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.
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