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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. What item does Peter Peter ask Catherine about at the masquerade?
2. What does Catherine insist White Rabbit do when she arrives at the masquerade?
3. What does Cheshire call Catherine on the day of her wedding?
4. How does Catherine kill the Jabberwock?
5. Why is Catherine almost late for the baking contest?
Short Essay Questions
1. How is Raven's fate of being a murderer fulfilled?
2. Why is Catherine angry to learn that the Duke and Margaret are courting?
3. Why does Jest take Catherine to the treacle well the first time?
4. When Cheshire accuses Catherine of being empty, what does she say she is full of?
5. Why does Hatta refuse to accept Catherine's business proposal?
6. Why did Catherine's father cry the first time she told him a story?
7. Why does Jest think that the White Queen is incapable of ending the war in Chess?
8. How does Hatta think he can escape the fate of going mad?
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?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Write an essay explaining how Meyer uses the character of the Cheshire cat to move the plot forward. What attributes does Cheshire have that make him perfect for the role Meyer places him in?
Essay Topic 2
Write an essay discussing how Meyer develops the mystery of the Jabberwock. Examine the clues she leaves for readers about the identity of the Jabberwock and what caused the transformation.
Essay Topic 3
Catherine undergoes a transformation at the end of the book from Catherine, a kind, loyal young woman, to the Queen of Hearts, an angry and bitter woman bent on revenge. Write an essay explaining Catherine’s transformation, its causes, and what personality traits contributed to her change.
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