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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 color is the hair of Prince Caspian's aunt, Queen Prunaprismia?
2. What are Naiads?
3. In Chapter 6, how many of his people does Reepicheep pledge in service to Caspian?
4. In Chapter 3, what reason does the author interject for giving his own version of Prince Caspian's story rather than the Dwarf's version?
5. What is Caspian's horse's name?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is the difference between a Black Dwarf and a Red Dwarf?
2. In Chapter 1, which Pevensie child tries to persuade the others to save their sandwiches and why?
3. As the Dwarf begins his story in Chapter 3, why are the Pevensie children confused?
4. Describe the appearance of Doctor Cornelius as given in Chapter 4.
5. Why is Glenstorm so sure that Caspian's coming signals a war between the Narnians and the Telmarines?
6. In Chapter 6, for what reason does Trufflehunter suppose that the Trees have gone into a deep sleep?
7. What character trait are badgers known for, as described by Trufflehunter in Chapter 5?
8. Why is Susan's horn not in the treasure room in Chapter 2?
9. Describe the Pevensie children's first impression of the castle ruins on the island.
10. How have Doctor Cornelius's ancestors survived the rule of the Telmarines?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
In Prince Caspian, much focus is given to the issue of right versus wrong. Using specific characters and situations, discuss how Lewis highlights this dichotomy and specifically how the idea of right versus wrong relates to good versus evil.
Essay Topic 2
Discuss the importance of setting within Prince Caspian. Make sure to discuss at least three different settings and how the descriptions of those settings are integral in the development of the themes and characters.
Essay Topic 3
Discuss the dramatic structure of Prince Caspian. Use textual evidence to designate the expository, rising action, the climax, falling action and the denouement.
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