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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Book Two.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does Campbell believe about Moore's work on Swamp Thing?
(a) It is a work in progress.
(b) It is a travesty of fiction.
(c) It is one of the finest examples of contemporary horror fiction.
(d) It is the greatest example of poetic diction.
2. What does fictional horror usually depend upon according to Campbell?
(a) A carefully contained and controlled environment.
(b) Men in tights to save the day.
(c) Elevated diction.
(d) Heartwarming relationships.
3. What talks to Swamp Thing and convinces him of fighting for his own humanity?
(a) A tablecloth.
(b) A fly.
(c) An alligator.
(d) Alec Holland's skull.
4. What does Woodrue explain about Swamp Thing's escape and return?
(a) That Woodrue helped him by bringing him back to the swamp.
(b) That Woodrue almost killed Swamp Thing when he escaped.
(c) That Woodrue had no part in Swamp Thing's escape and return.
(d) That Woodrue is Swamp Thing's best friend and wanted to help him.
5. What is overtaken by earth's plant consciousness?
(a) Swamp Thing's humanity.
(b) Woodrue's humanity.
(c) Matt's alcoholism.
(d) Abby's body.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is one consequence of Moore's comic book horror?
2. What does Swamp Thing discover in Book Two that distresses him?
3. What is wrong with Swamp Thing when Abby and Matt find him?
4. What did the man arrange with Woodrue in exchange for performing an autopsy/dissection of Swamp Thing?
5. Who is Swamp Thing battling against for his humanity?
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