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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 does Mr. Beaver think will happen to Mr. Tumnus if he was taken where he thinks?
2. Who is the animal in the forest supposed to take the Pevency siblings to meet?
3. How do the children learn where Mr. Tumnus has gone when they all enter his cave together?
4. How does Edmund feel about the queen being called a witch?
5. How many layers are found in the wardrobe?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is the prophecy concerning the Pevency children?
2. Who is in charge of Narnia at the beginning of the book, and what does she do?
3. Why does the beaver tell the Pevency children that they must leave his house just after they eat their dinner?
4. What does Edmund do when he is asked about his first trip to Narnia?
5. Where does Lucy say she has just come from when she meets Mr. Tumnus, and where does he think she is from?
6. What does Mr. Beaver say is the only way the Pevency children can save Edmund from the White Witch?
7. How do the Pevency children stay warm while they are in Narnia together, and how do they look?
8. What does the man that Lucy meets in the woods inside the wardrobe look like?
9. What does Lucy like most about being inside the wardrobe when she first enters it?
10. How does Lucy convince Mr. Tumnus not to turn her in to the White Witch?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
What gifts are given to the characters by Father Christmas, and what do those gifts say about the receivers? How do those gifts affect the outcome of the plot?
Essay Topic 2
Each of the Pevency children had very different characteristics and personalities. What are the defining features of each of the siblings, and how does their individuality affect the course of the plot?
Essay Topic 3
The characters in this book all had their own goals and motivations. Select four characters and write their main motivation throughout the book, and how this goal affected the characters around them.
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