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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Why does Peter Pan tell Wendy he kept returning to the nursery window of the Darling children?
(a) To watch Mrs. Darling care for the Darling children
(b) To hear the stories
(c) To find Tinkerbell
(d) To find his shadow
2. Mr. Darling exaggerates the problem with his tie. What does he say the eventual result will be if he does not get it properly tied?
(a) The family will starve.
(b) He will be angry at Mrs. Darling.
(c) He will have to find another job.
(d) He will look ridiculous.
3. Who accidentally rubs against Mr. Darling's pants, dirtying them?
(d) Peter Pan
4. What causes Peter Pan to relent from Tinkerbell's punishment for trying to have Wendy shot?
(a) She refuses to give him anymore fairy dust.
(b) She promises to be good.
(c) She threatens to tell the pirates Peter's whereabouts.
(d) She looks sad.
5. How does Captain Hook always know the crocodile is approaching?
(a) The ticking of a clock swallowed by the crocodile
(b) The other pirates warn him
(c) The crocodile's stomach growling
(d) The crocodile's smell
Short Answer Questions
1. What do the Indians plan to do if they catch the pirates?
2. Peter Pan explains that there are no girls in Neverland. Why does he say that is the case?
3. What does Wendy say about Nana's barking?
4. What does Peter Pan tell Tinkerbell upon learning her role in Wendy's shooting?
5. What do the Lost Boys reveal about the reason they shot Wendy?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is John's reaction when Peter Pan and the Lost Boys are building a house around Wendy? What prompts this reaction? How does it compare to Peter Pan's attitude?
2. Describe the relationship between the pirates, the Indians and the Lost Boys.
3. What happened to Captain Hook's hand? What long-term problem has that created for the Captain?
4. How do Captain Hook's appearance and mannerisms compare to his character?
5. What does Peter Pan reveal about his reason for visiting Wendy so often? What does he say is his favorite story? What does this choice say about Peter Pan?
6. Describe Nana's role in the children's bedtime rituals.
7. What is it that saves Wendy from being killed by the arrow? What is significant about this?
8. What attitude about girls does Peter Pan reveal? Why might this be the case? What does he give as an example?
9. Describe Tiger Lily and the Indian tribe she leads. Describe their first action in the play.
10. Describe at least three things that make it evident that this story is a fairy tale.
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