Peter Pan Test | Mid-Book Test - Hard

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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 brought the Indians to the scene?

2. What saved Wendy from the arrow?

3. Why does Peter Pan say he ran away from home?

4. What fate is expected for the boy who shot Wendy?

5. What happens to Wendy as she comes within sight of the Lost Boys?

Short Essay Questions

1. What attitude about girls does Peter Pan reveal? Why might this be the case? What does he give as an example?

2. What is Wendy's reaction when the Lost Boys beg her to be their mother?

3. Why does Captain Hook want to capture Peter Pan? Why does he want to capture the Lost Boys?

4. Describe the relationship between the pirates, the Indians and the Lost Boys.

5. What do Wendy, Michael and John think of the planned trip to Neverland? Do you believe they are prepared for the reality or are they simply seeking the adventure?

6. What is it that prompts Mr. Darling to force Nana outside?

7. What does Peter Pan do when he cannot re-attach his shadow? Why is this out of keeping with the character he seeks to present? Why is it in keeping with the character he really is?

8. 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?

9. What is Wendy's first order of business as "mother" to the Lost Boys? What does Peter do? How do their actions fit into their roles?

10. What happened to Captain Hook's hand? What long-term problem has that created for the Captain?

Essay Topics

Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:

Essay Topic 1

How does Peter Pan say Wendy, John and Michael can go with him to Neverland? What directions does he give? Compare that to the arrangements he makes for returning them to the nursery. Why is there a difference?

Essay Topic 2

What is the significance of Peter Pan's shadow? What happens when he finds it? How and why is the situation resolved?

Essay Topic 3

What is the significance of the medicine that prompts the argument in the nursery? Compare that to the second time medicine becomes important in the story. What is the significance of the fact that Peter Pan takes time to take the medicine Wendy left for him?

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