Mid-Book Test - Hard
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This quiz consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. In Chapter 6, what is the first clue to tell Caspian of the approach of Fauns?
2. What is the name of Peter's sword?
3. What does Susan take from the treasure room in Chapter 2?
4. As Prince Caspian rides away from the castle in Chapter 5, what sight does he see?
5. What injuries do the Pevensie children sustain while eating their breakfast in Chapter 3?
Short Essay Questions
1. Describe the appearance of Doctor Cornelius as given in Chapter 4.
2. How is the bridge of Beruna destroyed?
3. In Chapter 6, for what reason does Trufflehunter suppose that the Trees have gone into a deep sleep?
4. Describe the great ship, Splendor Hyaline that Susan and Lucy reminisce about in Chapter 8.
5. Describe Aslan's How as it is related in Chapter 7.
6. In Chapter 14, what does Bacchus serve the old woman from the cottage for breakfast?
7. What are the first words Aslan speaks to Edmund?
8. What possible explanation does Trumpkin give for Peter's lack of recognition of the landscape on their journey in Chapter 9?
9. As the Dwarf begins his story in Chapter 3, why are the Pevensie children confused?
10. Following the tussle in the Chapter 12 where Nikabrik and his companions attack Caspian, what is Caspian's opinion of Nikabrik?
Throughout Prince Caspian, several characters go through a rapid growth and maturing process due to the experiences they undergo. Using at least two specific examples from the text, discuss how Lewis illustrates this growth and maturing process and how it is central to the overarching theme of the novel.
In many ways, King Miraz serves as the character foil to Caspian. Use specific examples from the book to illustrate how their characterizations are in antithesis to each other and how these characterizations are strengthened when shown in contrast with each other.
In Prince Caspian, Aslan serves as an archetypal savior character. Using specific example from the text identify how C.S. Lewis connotes the Savior archetype. Is it an effective connotation, why or why not?
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