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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. What does Jamison expect Kira to tell everyone with her needle and thread?
(a) The future.
(b) Whatever the guardians say.
(c) The past.
(d) Her story.
2. How is Jo supposed to contact Thomas if she needs help?
(a) Knock on the bathroom floor with a hairbrush.
(b) Hit the bathroom pipes with a hairbrush.
(c) Sing a special song through the pipes.
(d) Knock on her ceiling with a hairbrush.
3. What is the atmosphere in the Council Edifice as people gather for the singing of the Ruin song?
(a) Joyous and noisy.
(b) Raucous and rowdy.
(c) Solemn and respectful.
(d) Filled with wailing and sadness.
4. In the beginning of Chapter 17, how long has Matt been missing?
(a) Nine days.
(b) A month.
(c) Two weeks.
(d) Two days.
5. Who does Matt see in the Field of Leaving in Chapter 14?
Short Answer Questions
1. What valuable skill does Kira believe Matt possesses?
2. What has been brought to the Edifice from Annabella's cott?
3. What infirmity does the stranger waiting in Kira's room after the singing of the Ruin song have?
4. What does Jamison recite for Kira in Chapter 18?
5. How does Thomas open the locks in the Edifice?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is Jamison's role in the attack on Christopher?
2. Why is Kira's father still alive?
3. Describe what is known about the character Jo by the end of Chapter 13.
4. Who is the blind man and what is his significance in the story?
5. Describe Thomas, Kira, and Matt's exploration of the lower floor of the Edifice.
6. What is suspicious about Annabella's death?
7. Describe Kira and Thomas' visit to Jo in Chapter 16.
8. Describe the Fen.
9. What do the Ruin song and the Singer's robe reveal about the history of Kira's world?
10. How does Kira react when Jamison refuses to allow her to watch over Annabella's body in the Field of Leaving?
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