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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 fear about the consummation of the wedding?
2. What spell does Baba Yaga do best?
3. What comedian is mentioned?
4. What problem does Ivan have with his dissertation?
5. Who was at the council of war?
Short Essay Questions
1. How did the fire work in Ivan and Sergei's favor?
2. What information does Bear give to Katerina to help her?
3. Why did Mikola not write down his spells, despite the fact that he had thought about doing so?
4. Why is Ivan troubled with continuing and finishing the last few touches of his dissertation?
5. Why was Yaga especially upset about regarding Bear?
6. What happened when Ivan attempted to eat the chicken that Ruth brought, and what happened as a result?
7. What prompts Ivan to get the message?
8. What lie does Yaga tell Katerina that she knows is a lie immediately?
9. How did Bear figure that things had worked out pretty evenly?
10. What was the only repercussion to the revolt that occurred in Taina while Katerina was gone, and what happened as a result?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
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.
Essay Topic 2
Bear doesn't immediately go after Yaga, despite all that she had put him through. Suggest reasons for this, and for the rationale that Yaga has that Bear might come back. Explain the rationale behind each reason.
Essay Topic 3
In essay form, discuss the benefits and drawbacks to living in either the modern or the ancient worlds described in the book. Imagine that you are attempting to persuade one of the children to your perspective.
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