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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. The what pull Jill out and her friends are convinced she has been taken prisoner or injured by some enemy?
2. The knight finds the whole situation purely coincidental and ______.
3. When the three travelers ask who is there what happens?
4. Soon the occupants of the room begin to feel what?
5. The chasm begins to close so the creature leaves after pointing out the road to what?
Short Essay Questions
1. Who saves the group from the queen's enchantment and how?
2. Explain Rilian's conflict, in chapter 14.
3. Do you feel that Jill has changed by chapter fifteen and, if so, in what ways.
4. Explain how the creatures discover that the queen is dead.
5. Explain how Aslan is symbolic of Christianity.
6. What does the long journey to see the queen seem to indicate about the travelers' mission?
7. Do you think the queen will keep her promise to marry the knight? Why or why not?
8. As the creatures take the travelers to the queen, they begin their march through a tiny crack that Jill is afraid to enter. How has Jill's attitude changed, since the start of the book?
9. The title of chapter nine is "They Discover Something Worth Knowing," but the travelers actually discover a few things in the chapter. Explain one of the things the travelers discover.
10. Explain how faith plays a role in chapter 11.
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Describe, in detail, four lessons that you feel the book as a whole tries to teach. Use several examples from the book to back up your choices.
Of the four lessons that you chose, pick the two that you feel are most important. Explain why you think those lessons are most important and how you feel you can apply them to real life. Use at least two real life scenarios to back up your answer.
Essay Topic 2
Prince Rilian is kidnapped and put under a spell when he goes to seek vengeance against the serpent.
Explain what you think vengeance is. Also, do you think seeking vengeance is ever worth it? Why or why not?
Why does Rilian feel that it's necessary to seek vengeance and what lesson does C.S. Lewis try to teach about vengeance by having Rilian imprisoned by the evil queen?
Do you feel that it was right for Rilian and his friends to kill the queen? Why or why not? Also, what might a good alternative to killing the queen have been?
Essay Topic 3
The only two characters present throughout the entire book are Eustace and Jill. Of the two characters, Eustace and Jill, which was your favorite at the beginning, in the middle and at the end of the book and why? Did your choice change, as the book progressed? Why or why not? Also, in what ways do you think both characters improved over times and in what ways would you improve upon them, if you could?
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