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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 do the Sisters reveal their prophecy to Catherine, Jest, Raven, and Hatta?
2. Why does the Marchioness tell Catherine she owes the King her gratitude after he attempts to arrest Jest?
3. Who tries to convince Catherine not to marry the King on the day of the wedding?
4. Which two animals were in love in the legend that started Rock Turtle Cove?
5. Who was the only character that Catherine told about her deal with the Sisters?
Short Essay Questions
1. When Catherine goes to the pumpkin patch to save Mary Ann, why does Peter think Catherine is there?
2. Why is Peter so angry to see Hatta in his pumpkin patch?
3. What do the Sisters say Catherine's heart can do for them?
4. Why does Catherine grow increasingly frustrated with the way the King rules Hearts?
5. Why does Catherine try to bargain with Time after Jest dies?
6. What is the reason that the Marquess gives Catherine for not allowing her to open a bakery?
7. What does Peter reveal as the reason the Jabberwock tried to eat Cheshire and did eat Lion?
8. Why did Catherine's father cry the first time she told him a story?
9. Why does the King say that he cannot judge Catherine's cake at the baking contest?
10. How does Mary Ann know that Lady Peter is the Jabberwock?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Write an essay discussing the theme of fate and whether Catherine, Jest, Hatta, and Raven could have escaped the fates the Sisters prophecy for them.
Essay Topic 2
Write an essay explaining how the author juxtaposes the characters of Margaret and Catherine to make a point about Catherine’s relationship to the gentry class.
Essay Topic 3
Meyer uses Carroll’s book as inspiration for her novel. In doing so, she draws heavily on the original work. Write an essay explaining the importance of Carroll’s novel to Heartless and how Meyer draws upon the characters, setting, and even the language of Carroll’s work to write her own novel.
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