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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 do the mice use to move the rats away fro the battering ram so they can implement their plan?
2. Where is Matthias being held captive by the sparrows?
3. What does the moonlight focus upon when Matthias puts the shield into the niche in the stone?
4. How many shrews are available for battle at Redwall?
5. What does the sparrowhawk that Brother Methuselah treated call sparrows?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why does Squire Julian Gingivere harbor resentment toward Captain Snow?
2. What does Father Abbot Mortimer tell Matthias as the old abbot is dying?
3. How does Dunwing help Matthias escape from the sparrows?
4. Why does Asmodeus like the idea of eating Redtooth?
5. How does Basil Stag Hare act when he comes back from his encounter with Cluny injured?
6. What is Father Abbot Mortimer's last address to Redwall about?
7. How does the sparrow tribe react to Queen Warbeak?
8. What does Cluny wish for his horde to think like sometimes?
9. How does Matthias explain why he is in the part of Mossflower run by the shrews, and how do they react to his presence?
10. How does Matthias's imagination play tricks on him when he is lying in wait for Asmodeus, and how does he deal with this?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Describe Sela the vixen's role in the war between the rats and the mice. Who is she really in it for? What is her nature regarding the matters of conflict? What happens to her as a result of her actions?
Essay Topic 2
Describe the constant battle between the rats for the position of second-in-command. Who is involved? How do the different rats act when they are given the position? What happens to each of them?
Essay Topic 3
Explain the symbolism of the Sword of Martin. Why is Matthias so obsessed with it? What does it represent for Redwall?
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