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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 knight tells his guests about the Queen's idea of making him what?
2. The ceiling over the road becomes so low that who are forced to get off the horses and walk?
3. Jill tells the knight about the message at the city and how they are looking for what prince?
4. When Jill wakes the next morning she is in the cave and for a brief moment believes she has been returned to where?
5. The guards take the three travelers to a room where they find a what?
Short Essay Questions
1. Explain Rilian's conflict, in chapter 14.
2. Explain how the theme of bullies is touched on, in chapter 14.
3. Explain how chapter 15 is the end of the main plot, even though it isn't the final chapter.
4. What big event in chapter nine was foreshadowed in previous chapters and how?
5. How is the process of breaking the queen's enchantment attempt symbolic?
6. What does the long journey to see the queen seem to indicate about the travelers' mission?
7. Who saves the group from the queen's enchantment and how?
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. Explain the scene when a light is lit, at the start of chapter ten, after the children hear the mysterious voice.
10. Explain what happens at the start of chapter thirteen.
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Using at least four detailed examples from the book, explain how Jill's attitude changed and what lessons she learned, as the book progressed.
How do you think Jill would deal with new bullies in the future, if the book continued beyond where it ends?
Essay Topic 2
Aslan is a strange character in the book. He's only seen a few times, but his presence is always felt. Fundamentally, do you feel that Aslan is a good character, an evil character or a neither good nor evil character and why? Use at least three examples from the story to back up your answer.
Essay Topic 3
Near the end of the book, Aslan goes to the real world to help Jill with her bully problem.
Do you think it was necessary for Aslan to help Jill at the end of the book or do you think Jill had evolved enough to help herself? Use examples from the book to back yourself up.
If you were Jill, do you feel that you would have preferred to confront the bullies without Aslan? Why or why not? Would you have preferred to have help from someone other than Aslan? Why or why not?
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