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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 Katerina do to Yaga's supplies?
2. What does Ivan ask the children of the village for?
3. What did Ivan fear had already ran out?
4. What was the name of the next door neighbor's dog?
5. What does Katerina decide?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why doesn't Esther take pupils and teach them what she knows, practice her witchcraft openly?
2. What information does Bear give to Katerina to help her?
3. Why is Ivan troubled with continuing and finishing the last few touches of his dissertation?
4. How does Ivan deduce that Katerina and him should not be on the plane they got on?
5. What prompts Ivan to get the message?
6. What lie does Yaga tell Katerina that she knows is a lie immediately?
7. Why was Yaga especially upset about regarding Bear?
8. What choice does Ivan give his children that he didn't have himself?
9. How does coupling and pregnancy affect Katerina's ability to utilize her power?
10. How was Ivan tangled up in people's expectations of him on his wedding night, and his behavior?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Briefly, Ivan and Katerina's children are described, but little effort is given to character development. Suggest three reasons for this and provide at least two rationales for each reason.
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
Discuss the influences at work that finally allowed Katerina and Ivan to resolve their differences and realize that they loved each other. Explain what kinds of things stood in their way and what comments, situations and influences encouraged their love to grow.
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