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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. In "The Doctor and His Pupil," what must the boy dust?
(a) A magical lamp.
(b) A set of china.
(c) A magical carpet.
(d) A magical book.
2. How long does the fisherman have to live in "Then the Merman Laughed"?
(a) Three days.
(b) Two days.
(c) Eight days.
(d) Five days.
3. Where does Orpheus travel to sing songs of Eurydice?
(b) The land of the dead.
(c) The mountains.
(d) Mount Olympus.
4. In "The King of Ireland's Son," what game must Art play?
(d) Hide and Seek.
5. In "Wicked John and the Devil" what does the devil give to John?
(a) A pitchfork.
(b) A piece of coal.
(d) A child.
Short Answer Questions
1. Falsehood accuses the boy at the hotel of ___________.
2. In "Rich Man, Poor Man," what does the rich man do to the poor man?
3. Who threatens the girl at the start of "The Goose Girl"?
4. At the end of "The Promises of the Three Sisters," what happens to the jealous sisters?
5. At the end of "Bridget and the Lurikeen," how is Bridget tricked?
Short Essay Questions
1. How is the moral of "It Could Always Be Worse" arrived at?
2. How does the poor man outsmart the rich man in "Rich Man, Poor Man"?
3. In "The Goose Girl," who trades places with the princess and why? What becomes of the impostor?
4. What happens after the men visit the Chief in "Talk"?
5. Why does no one want to be around the bad wife in the story "The Bad Wife"? Who ends up with her at the end?
6. How does the doll in "Visilisa the Beautiful" help Visilisa?
7. Why does a light bob between Virgina and Carolina?
8. Why are the two sisters jealous of their other sister in "The Promises of the Three Sisters"?
9. Why does the man have only three days to live according to "Then the Merman Laughed"?
10. What is the pact that the two men make in "One Night in Paradise"? Do they follow through on the pact?
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