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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. "On This Churly Morn" ends with the lines: "Remplenish thou thy cravie / With all that bodes within / Fall gather barge and davie / The ____ within a bin."
2. Who co-wrote "On Safairy With Whide Hunter" with John Lennon?
3. In "Oxfam", the word "Ivan" is pronounced as what, according to "All Abord Speeching"?
4. How does John begin to look on Jack in "Treasure Ivan"?
5. In "Scene three Act one," one of the characters says to Fatty, "Yer all the same you rich fat ____".
Short Essay Questions
1. What is taking place in the opening of "Scene three Act one"?
2. What are the selections "The Fingletoad Resort of Teddiviscious" and "Alec Speaking" about?
3. What actions does Frank take in the story, "Unhappy Frank"?
4. Who enters in "Scene three Act one"? What does this character do?
5. Where does the story of "Treasure Ivan" begin? What takes place in the beginning of this tale?
6. What is the excerpt "A Letter" about?
7. Describe the ending of "Scene three Act one." What is bizarre about this scenario?
8. Describe the plot of the poem "I Wandered." Who is the narrator looking for?
9. What is "The Moldy Moldy Man" about? In what person is this poem written?
10. Describe the plot of "The Famous Five through Woenow Abbey."
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Discuss Lennon's treatment of women, minorities, and the disabled in his selections from the book. Are these satirical? If so, how?
Essay Topic 2
Discuss the two selections "You Might Well Arsk" and "Liddypool." What are these selections referencing? What language does Lennon substitute in each?
Essay Topic 3
Describe Lennon's imagery in the different poems and stories in In His Own Write. What comparisons does the author use, and to what effect? How do these create a more vivid picture of his subjects?
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