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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. How does Vimes spell "dragon" in his notes?
2. What did Carrot's mother send him?
3. Who leads the Elucidated Brethren when the Supreme Grand Master is away?
4. What does Nobby try to do when Errol seems to be running a temperature?
5. Who does Wonse try to blame for the appearance of the dragon?
Short Essay Questions
1. What effect does Lady Sybil have on the lower-ranking members of the Watch?
2. Why do the people of Ankh-Morpork think that the dragon may be "good" for their diplomatic relationships with other countries?
3. What facts make Lady Sybil become suspicious?
4. Why does Lupine Wonse fire Vimes?
5. Why is Lady Sybil chosen to be sacrificed to the dragon?
6. What did the Supreme Grand Master predict correctly about the people of Ankh-Morpork?
7. Why did Brother Fingers run away?
8. Why does Lady Sybil dress up when she hears a knock at the door?
9. What is Lady Sybil's attitude to the possibility of the monarchy being reinstated?
10. How do Sam Vimes and Lupine Wonse feel about each other?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Many of the characters want Ankh-Morpork to be governed by a monarchy, and this is one of the themes of the novel.
(a) Explain what a monarchy is.
(b) Give some of the advantages of a monarchy.
(c) Give some of the disadvantages of a monarchy.
Essay Topic 2
The Elucidated Brethren quote an old prophecy about the return of the long-lost heir to the throne of Ankh-Morpork. Discuss this prophecy:
(a) How does Carrot manage to fulfill this prophecy?
(b) In what ways does he not fulfill the prophecy?
Essay Topic 3
The Patrician explains his view of humans and their morals to Sam Vimes after Lupine Wonse has been killed.
(a) Summarize the Patrician's viewpoint in your own words
(b) Do you agree with the Patrician? Why or why not?
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