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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. In Chapter 15, what is the name of Friday's god?
2. In Chapter 20 when Crusoe and his group see about 100 wolves, how many volleys do they have to fire to make the wolves stop?
3. In Chapter 17, how many men does the Spaniard say lived at peace with the savages?
4. In Chapter 16, how many men does Crusoe say that the boat he and Friday make will carry?
5. In Chapter 13, how long has Crusoe been on the island?
Short Essay Questions
1. In Chapter 16, how is the mast and sail made for the boat Crusoe and Friday make?
2. When Crusoe leaves the island in Chapter 19, what does he take with him?
3. What does Crusoe find on a ship wreck in Chapter 13?
4. In Chapter 15, what does Crusoe decide to do to cure Friday of eating human flesh?
5. In Chapter 15, why is the first year with Friday one of the most pleasant Crusoe has spent on the island?
6. In Chapter 14, what does Crusoe think that his circumstances would be like if he had stayed in Brazil?
7. In Chapter 19, what does Crusoe learn has happened to his plantation in Brazil?
8. In Chapter 20, when Crusoe and his group come to the town where they are to lodge, what is the situation there?
9. In Chapter 16, why does Friday look grave and sad when Crusoe tells him he will make a boat and take Friday back to his country?
10. In Chapter 12, where and why does Crusoe move some of his goats?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
In Chapter 16, Crusoe thinks that he will just observe as Friday attacks the cannibals. What role does reasoning and indignation play in getting Crusoe involved in the attack?
Essay Topic 2
In Chapter 6, Crusoe has a disturbing dream. What does Crusoe dream, and why does the dream awaken Crusoe’s conscience?
Essay Topic 3
Crusoe believes that the misfortunes he has may be caused by not listening to his father. What misfortunes does Crusoe face because he ignores advice, and why does Crusoe believe that fate and destiny are behind the misfortunes that he faces?
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