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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. In what sea is the Ship let loose near the beginning of her voyage?
(a) The Irish Sea.
(b) The Mediterranean Sea.
(c) The Black Sea.
(d) The Yellow Sea.
2. Which of the following books reminds Paris of his past?
(a) Treatise on the Movement of Heart & Blood.
(b) Treasure Island.
(c) Sea of Words Dictionary.
(d) Adventures of Aubrey the Sailor.
3. Who is the last man added to the Ship's crew?
4. What do Thurso and Barton plan to do when they reach shore?
(a) Throw the others overboard.
(b) Trade in gold dust.
(c) Buy alcohol.
(d) Abandon ship.
5. How old was Erasmus when Paris removed him from the dam?
6. Who almost attacks Libby in Book One, Part Three?
7. Which wildlife is seen in Book One, Part Three?
(a) Humpback whales.
8. Who thanks the gods in Book One, Part Four?
9. How long has Erasmus known Sarah?
(a) About two years.
(b) About ten years.
(c) Most of his life.
(d) One week.
10. What does Paris eat in Book One, Part 3?
11. Who asks Paris to be part of the ship's crew?
(a) Mr. Paris.
(b) Mr. Thurso.
(c) Mr. Wolpert.
(d) Mr. Kemp.
12. What is a source of conflict for those responsible for building the ship?
(a) The duties among various crew members.
(b) Sleeping quarters.
(c) Payments to crew members.
(d) The figurehead.
13. Why is Kemp well-respected?
(a) Because of his wealth.
(b) Because of his personality.
(c) Because of his singing talent.
(d) Because of his family.
14. How old must Sarah be before she can be engaged?
15. Who does Thurso decide to have flogged?
(a) Matthew Paris.
(b) James Wilson.
(d) His son.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who does the cast not seem to like much?
2. Who meets at the bottom of an old barge?
3. What is the name of the ship in this story?
4. What was Sawdust's father's profession?
5. Whose conflict is the cast of the play discussing in Book One, Part Four?
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