Mid-Book Test - Hard
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This quiz consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is the alias Huck uses at the Grangerfords?
2. Where does Huck take refuge during the gunfight after Sophia's elopement?
3. What explanation does Huck give for having the gun in his hands?
4. As he chases Huck around the cabin, brandishing a knife, what does Pappy call his son?
5. What happens two days after the funeral?
Short Essay Questions
1. What happens to expose the King's lie about his arrival in the town?
2. How does Huck feel when he glimpses the King and the Duke rowing fast towards the raft in Chapter 29?
3. How seriously should readers take the disclaimer "By Order of the Author"?
4. How does Tom overreach himself in his elaborate construction of fantasy in Chapter 39?
5. What techniques does Twain employ Chapter 35 to create humor?
6. By Chapter 38, what is Jim's attitude to the efforts being made on his behalf?
7. Is there any way in which Tom Sawyer's character appears a little unpleasant at this point in the novel (by Chapter 35)?
8. Why is Huck not overly concerned about the auction of the Wilks property?
9. What precautions are taken in the Phelps household after the notes are received?
10. In what sense does Jim reach his moral nadir when he considers buying his children from their owner?
Female characters in The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn are somewhat marginalized. Do you agree? Discuss with close reference to the text.
The most lyrical moments in The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn concern Huck's response to nature. Examine Huck's relationship with the natural world, dealing closely with two passages of your choice. How do these passages illuminate Huck's character for us?
The real hero of The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn' is Jim. Do you believe this to be a fair comment? Give clear reasons expressed in a fluent essay that refers closely to the text.
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