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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, according to the author, is often the reward of doing a good deed?
2. What does Shasta see when he looks back towards Tashbaan?
3. What frightens Shasta about the stranger beside him?
4. Who is Thornbut?
5. Who carries Shasta's message to Cair Paravel?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does the lion do to Aravis?
2. What decision does Shasta make after the Calormene army passes him?
3. How does the author describe Aslan?
4. Why does King Lune refuse to let Prince Rabadash duel King Edmund?
5. Why does the Hermit say that Prince Rabadash should have called off the attack?
6. What does Shasta tell himself as the battle starts?
7. How does Shasta convince himself that he didn't dream about the Lion?
8. How does the Prince Rabadash plan to gain Queen Susan's hand in marriage?
9. What does Prince Corin persuade Shasta to do?
10. What do the companions realize when they see Prince Rabadash's army behind them?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Write an essay tracking the use of foreshadowing in this book. List the clues that foreshadow later events and explain how they help the reader understand what follows afterward.
Essay Topic 2
Research and write an essay placing this book into the entire Chronicles of Narnia series. What is most unique about this book? What function does it serve within the series?
Essay Topic 3
Mistaken identities abound in this story. Write an essay that explores the many times that people (or animals) in this story are thought to be different from who they really are. What conclusions can you reach about these mistaken identities?
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