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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. When Peter Pan returns to the boys' home, what does he tell Wendy he caught?
2. What, according to Peter Pan, is the specific purpose for the rock on which he and Wendy are sitting immediately after sighting the mermaid?
(a) It is where ship's captains leave sailors who have been naughty.
(b) It is where he comes to think.
(c) It is where many ships have crashed and sank.
(d) It is where mermaids always rest.
3. What happens each time Hook sends a pirate into his quarters as the showdown with Peter Pan draws near?
(a) The pirates return without finding the item.
(b) The pirate cries and runs away.
(c) The pirates die.
(d) The pirates refuse to go in, prompting Hook to kill them.
4. Why is there someone willing to watch over the boys' home following the run in between Peter Pan and Captain Hook?
(a) Because Peter Pan brought Wendy to Neverland
(b) Because Captain Hook ordered Smee to be certain the boys did not leave
(c) Because Peter Pan rescued Tiger Lily from the pirates
(d) Because Peter Pan assigned a watch
5. What does Peter Pan do when Wendy and the others have left?
(a) He cries.
(b) He prepares to go hunting.
(c) He goes to bed
(d) He packs to go along.
Short Answer Questions
1. What happens to the pirate sent to fetch this instrument for Captain Hook's punishment of the boy who said, "God save the King?"
2. What does Smee plan to do with his captive when he reaches the shore where Peter Pan and the others had seen the mermaid?
3. Where are Wendy and the boys taken after the pirates capture them?
4. What rock are Wendy and Peter Pan sitting on right after seeing the mermaid?
5. As children react to Peter's call, what happens to Tinkerbell?
Short Essay Questions
1. Compare the role Wendy accepts to the role Peter Pan seems to want for himself. What is it about the situation that leaves both feeling that the other is not living up to expectations? What are their reactions?
2. What does Tinkerbell do in order to save Peter Pan? What does this say about her devotion to Peter Pan?
3. What does Smee say about mothers? What is Wendy's reaction? Why does Wendy respond in this manner?
4. What magical creature does Peter Pan attempt to catch for Wendy? What does he say about capturing this creature? Why do you believe he offers that information?
5. Why did Captain Hook put poison in the glass of water in Peter Pan's house? What does this say about Captain Hook's character?
6. How do Peter Pan and Wendy escape the rising tide? What significance can be placed on their manner of escape? Why do they not simply fly?
7. Describe the lengths to which Wendy takes her role as mother to the lost boys.
8. Compare Peter Pan's commitment to the life he has chosen in Neverland to that of the boys. Compare Peter Pan's commitment to this life to that of his role as "father" of the boys.
9. What happens to memories of parents once a child reaches Neverland? What sparks memories in Wendy, John and Michael?
10. What action does Peter Pan take upon learning that Wendy and the boys have been kidnapped?
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