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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Which of the following themes is not introduced as the story progresses?
(a) Murder and deceit.
(b) Parental neglect.
(c) Guilt and shame.
(d) Sibling ribalry.
2. What is one thing even the best magicians cannot do?
(a) Make themselves live forever.
(b) Make themselves invisible.
(c) Make themselves invincible.
(d) Make themselves come back to life.
3. Who wants to kill the queen?
(a) Her son.
(b) Her husband's advisor.
(c) Her husband.
(d) Her maid.
4. What literary technique is used to reveal what happens when the evidence is found?
(a) Fortune telling.
(c) Future events.
5. What animal is used to help frame Peter for murder?
(a) A horse.
(b) A mouse.
(c) A bat.
(d) A rat.
Short Answer Questions
1. Of what significance is the note that the Judge-General receives from Peter?
2. Why is Ben sent to the castle?
3. What does Thomas do to win his father's approval?
4. What does Peter do as a young boy that proves he is kindhearted?
5. Who plots to bring ruin to the kingdom?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is most important to Sasha about Peter's upbringing?
2. When Roland became ill, the first person to tend him was Peter. Why would this make Flagg happy?
3. Briefly tell what The Eyes of the Dragon is about.
4. Why does Flagg want to kill Sasha?
5. What are Flagg's motives in befriending Thomas?
6. How does Flagg frame Peter for the murder of Roland?
7. What is ironic about Peter turning to Anders Peyna for help.
8. What causes Thomas to change his mind about wanting to be king?
9. Describe Thomas as a young boy and tell what makes him feel as he does.
10. What requests does Peter make of Peyna?
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