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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 Annabeth give Percy for breakfast in Chapter 12?
2. What metal were ancient drachmas made from?
3. What God is Grover seeking in Chapter 12?
4. In Chapter 11, what noise does Grover think he hears when they are eating at Aunty Em's Garden Gnome Emporium?
5. Where does the woman in the water in Chapter 14, tell Percy he must go?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does the Santa Monica beach look like when Percy arrives with his companions in Chapter 17?
2. Why does Percy jump off the Gateway Arch in St. Louis at the end of Chapter 13?
3. What does Percy see from the window of the train in Chapter 13?
4. What does Ares give Percy before they head off to Los Angeles?
5. Where do Percy, Annabeth, and Grover camp at the beginning of Chapter 12?
6. What does Ares look like in Chapter 15?
7. In Chapter 10, what does Percy take with him when he starts the quest?
8. What do Percy, Annabeth, and Grover see after stumbling around in the woods in Chapter 11?
9. In Chapter 14 as Percy walks ashore, what does he hear a news reporter saying?
10. In Chapter 15, what does Luke say is happening at the camp?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Annabeth’s mother and Percy’s father are feuding. How does the feud affect the relationship between Annabeth and Percy at first? How do circumstances change how Annabeth and Percy fell about one another in spite of any differences their parents have? How do circumstances change the relationship between Annabeth and Percy?
Essay Topic 2
Sometimes the gods would not acknowledge their half-blood children. What type of relationship did the gods often have with their half-blood children? Why did the gods not pursue a relationship with their children? How did that relationship affect their children and the lives their children led?
Essay Topic 3
The bolt of Zeus and the helm of Hades were missing. What was the importance of these objects? What did they symbolize? Why was it a crisis for the items to be missing?
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