Pyramids: The Book of Going Forth 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. When Ptaclusp and IIb turn to look, what do they see?

2. What is the Pharaoh responsible for?

3. Does Teppic have a close relationship with his father, King Teppicymon XXVII?

4. Why will the building of this pyramid be good business?

5. What does Teppic's father, King Teppicymon XXVII, go to watch?

Short Essay Questions

1. What do Ptaclusp, Illa, and Illb say about the building of this pyramid?

2. How does Teppic save himself?

3. What does the Pharaoh think about his ability to make the sun rise?

4. What happens to King Teppicymon XXVII when the sun is blotted out by a dark shadow?

5. What has Teppic been a part of during his two weeks in Djelibeybi?

6. Describe Discworld.

7. What does Teppic notice when Dios talks about anything?

8. What happens to King Teppicymon XXVII when he lands on the ground?

9. What is learned about Ephebe and Tsort?

10. What do Ptaclusp and his son Ilb notice about the pyramid?

Essay Topics

Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:

Essay Topic 1

The people of this planet fear their gods.

Part 1) Why do they fear their gods? What is revealed about these gods throughout this story?

Part 2) Does this view of the godly reflect the author's opinion about religion? Why or why not? What does this story say about religion?

Part 3) do you agree with this story about the creation of gods, therefore the creation of religion? Why or why not?

Part 4) How does this view of religion affect you? How important is religion in your own life?

Essay Topic 2

Dios believes he lives to serve the kingdom.

Part 1) Why does he believe this? How do you know he believes this?

Part 2) How does this belief influence his behavior? Is this beneficial to the kingdom? Why or why not?

Part 3) Who serves our own "kingdom" today? How do they benefit the rest of us? How can their beliefs and actions also be detrimental?

Essay Topic 3

Ephebe and Tsort are only separated by Djelibeybi.

Part 1) What happens when Djelibeybi disappears? Why does this happen?

Part 2) How do the actions of Ephebe and Tsort resemble stories from our own world? What does this say about our own stories?

Part 3) How different would our world be if certain nations were removed from it? What changes would occur? Would these changes be good or bad? Why?

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