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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 Dios do when Teppic tries to pass what he feels are fair judgments for the people?
2. Teppic tells Ptraci that he is the king. Why is she not convinced?
3. What does IIb decide is the only way to fix Ila?
4. The camel is revealed to be ______________.
5. Who is Khuft?
Short Essay Questions
1. What happens while Teppic resides over the Supreme Court?
2. What happens when King Teppicymon XXVII awakens?
3. What ceremony is to take place the next day?
4. What are the king, Dil, and Gern doing?
5. What happens in Djelibevbi?
6. What has happened to the city?
7. What takes place after Teppic finds Ptraci?
8. What takes place in Teppic's dream?
9. What does Chidder do for Teppic and Ptraci?
10. Why does a man in the prison not want to be freed?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
You Bastard is a camel.
Part 1) What else is known about You Bastard? How is he important to the story?
Part 2) What is the significance of his name? What might be another appropriate name for him? Why?
Part 3) What other important thinkers exist in this story? What purpose do they serve?
Part 4) How do You Bastard and the other thinkers resemble important thinkers in real life?
Essay Topic 2
A pyramid is built for King Teppicymon XXVII.
Part 1) Why is this pyramid built for him? What does he think about this? Why does he feel this way about a pyramid being built for him? How does this pyramid benefit Dios?
Part 2) What takes place during the building of the pyramid? Why does this occur? What does this reveal about the death of the pharaohs, and steadiness of time?
Part 3) How are stories such as this one found in our own culture and various other cultures in our world to explain strange phenomenon, human feats, and other wonders of the world?
Essay Topic 3
The story takes place on Discworld.
Part 1) Describe this planet. Why do you think this world is this way?
Part 2) How does this world compare to our own?
Part 3) How does the description of this world prepare the reader for the story that is to come? What is the purpose of giving this description?
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