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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. How does Catherine kill the Jabberwock?
(a) She chases it over a cliff.
(b) She stabs it through the heart.
(c) She beheads it with the Vorpal Sword.
(d) She stabs it in the eye.
2. Who was the only judge to eat Catherine's pumpkin cake?
(a) The Duke.
(c) The Knave.
(d) The King.
3. Who does Peter recognize having seen before when the group comes to rescue Mary Ann?
4. What is Jest accused of after taking Catherine to the treacle well?
5. What does the King threaten to do if Catherine brings up opening a bakery again?
(a) Tell the King.
(b) Lock her in her room.
(c) Have Jest fired.
(d) Fire Mary Ann.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who or what does Catherine blame for Mary Ann having come to Peter's pumpkin patch alone?
2. Who does Catherine tell Mary Ann she should go work for since she no longer wants her as a maid?
3. What is Jest supposed to steal as part of his mission?
4. Where is the entrance to the giant pumpkin that Mary Ann is trapped inside?
5. Who kills Jest?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Hatta think he can escape the fate of going mad?
2. What is the reason that the Marquess gives Catherine for not allowing her to open a bakery?
3. What does Peter reveal as the reason the Jabberwock tried to eat Cheshire and did eat Lion?
4. Why does the King say that he cannot judge Catherine's cake at the baking contest?
5. When Catherine goes to the pumpkin patch to save Mary Ann, why does Peter think Catherine is there?
6. Why does Catherine grow increasingly frustrated with the way the King rules Hearts?
7. How was Rock Turtle Cove founded?
8. During the Turtle Days Festival, why does Catherine tell Jest he should not touch her?
9. Why does Mary Ann apologize to the courtiers as she walks into the theater?
10. Why does Jest push Catherine to marry the King of Hearts?
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