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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 does the appearance of Aslan indicate to the person who sees it in Chapter 9?
2. During the tussle in Chapter 12, who saves Doctor Cornelius from being strangled?
3. Following the fencing match in Chapter 8, who has an archery match against Trumpkin?
4. In Chapter 12, which of Caspian's original party is still hopeful help from the horn will come?
5. When Lucy wakes Susan in Chapter 10, how does she respond?
Short Essay Questions
1. As Caspian awaits the council at Dancing Lawn in Chapter 7, how is his daily life different from what he is accustomed to at Miraz's castle?
2. When the Pevensies and Trumpkin fall under attack in Chapter 10 and have to retreat the way they came, how does Lucy respond?
3. What are the first words Aslan speaks to Edmund?
4. How does Susan feel when she can finally see Aslan in Chapter 11?
5. Describe the great ship, Splendor Hyaline that Susan and Lucy reminisce about in Chapter 8.
6. Describe Aslan's How as it is related in Chapter 7.
7. Why is Edmund an adept fencer when he faces Trumpkin in Chapter 8?
8. How come Susan does not enjoy her archery match against Trumpkin in Chapter 8?
9. Why do the Narnians decide to go to Aslan's How in Chapter 7?
10. What are some of the reasons that Trumpkin disbelieves Lucy's sighting of Aslan in Chapter 9?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
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?
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
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.
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