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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 are the residents of the strange town called?
2. What is the name of the silver city?
3. Who guards Bastian's tent at night?
4. Who does Atreyu declare is the winner fo the tournament?
5. When Bastian explains the meaning of Grograman's existence, Grograman gives him what in exchange?
Short Essay Questions
1. What happens when Bastian asks the other knights about Hynreck?
2. What is the Temple of a Thousand Doors and who tells Bastian about it?
3. What happens when the group finally reaches the Ivory Tower?
4. Who do the orchids belong to and what happens as the travelers pass through them?
5. Describe the image of Bastian, as the Empress sees him.
6. What happens on the day of the coronation?
7. What happens to Xayide and Bastian's army when they reach the City of Old Emperors?
8. Who is Grograman and what is the relationship between him, Perilin and Goab?
9. What are the knights that Bastian meets, after he leaves the Temple, on their way to do?
10. Why is Bastian the first one that Grograman has ever talked to?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
When Bastian finally returns home, he has learned to love. Use examples from the book and real life to explain what love means to you. How important is it to love others? Is it more or less important to love yourself?
Essay Topic 2
Bastian struggles with image throughout the story. Use examples from the book, as well as real life situations, to explain how self-image can affect people's actions and thoughts. Do you think that people's self-image is caused by how they are treated by others, or that they are treated by others based on their self-image? Explain your answer.
Essay Topic 3
The theme of four forces is a common one in the book. There are the four messengers we meet when Bastian first begins reading, the four Wind Giants and the four Knights, to name a few. Using examples from the book, write about what you think the four forces represent and how they add to the book.
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