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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Where is Jason Woodrue when he wonders about the "old man?"
(a) Washington D.C.
(c) New Orleans.
2. How is Woodrue envious of Swamp Thing?
(a) He envies Swamp Thing's serenity.
(b) He envies Swamp Thing's compassion.
(c) He envies Swamp Thing's friends.
(d) He envies Swamp Thing's strength.
3. What is Swamp Thing truly?
(a) A golem, purely plant.
(b) Half-fruit, half-heart.
(c) Half-wood, half-plant.
(d) Half-bone, half-meat.
4. What does Campbell explain was probably in print before the average reader was born?
(a) Every plot line.
(b) Every extended metaphor.
(c) Any given title or character.
(d) Any use of simile.
5. How does Swamp Thing know that something is wrong in the beginning of Book Three?
(a) Abby told him something was wrong.
(b) His consciousness feels something is wrong.
(c) The Floronic Man told him.
(d) He can smell danger.
6. What does the Floronic Man telepathically order many of the buildings in the town to do?
(a) Be crushed by huge vines.
(b) Sink beneath the sea.
(c) Blow up.
(d) Dissolve into dust.
7. 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 the greatest example of poetic diction.
(d) It is one of the finest examples of contemporary horror fiction.
8. What does Campbell explain the comic genre would not have without the late 1960s period?
(a) The excellent writer, Alan Moore.
(b) The brilliant artist, Ashley Wood.
(c) The crazed philosopher, Sartre.
(d) The interesting theorist, Scott McLeod.
9. What happens to the three young men out on the bayou?
(a) They are told to go home.
(b) They get eaten by an alligator.
(c) They are strangled to death.
(d) Their sister finds them, instead.
10. What happens when a townsperson in Book Three strikes a match after the Floronic Man puts the town's plants in a "hyperoxygenated" state?
(a) The town sinks beneath the swamp.
(b) The town travels to the moon.
(c) The town erupts in flame.
(d) The match is snuffed out because of the rain.
11. Who disallows Woodrue from pursuing further research?
(a) Swamp Thing.
(b) Alec Holland.
(c) Abby Arcane.
(d) The old man.
12. How is Woodrue's story misleading to Abby and Matt?
(a) It is only partially accurate.
(b) It never finished.
(c) It wasn't structured well.
(d) It is oddly honest.
13. What do three young men decide to do out on the bayou?
(a) Take a swim.
(b) Rescue their lost sister.
(c) Take a joyride.
(d) Wrestle a gator.
14. Whose file does Swamp Thing read after he regenerates and reawakens?
(a) Woodrue's file.
(b) Abby's file.
(c) Paul's file.
(d) The old man's file.
15. What did the man arrange with Woodrue in exchange for performing an autopsy/dissection of Swamp Thing?
(a) An escape vehicle.
(b) 2,000 dollars.
(c) Release from prison.
Short Answer Questions
1. What sort of parallel storylines does Book Three set up?
2. Where is Swamp Thing when the old man takes a peek at him?
3. What does Moore point out from the 1980s that he says permeated popular culture?
4. What does Moore's writing retain that Campbell considers to be accomplished work?
5. Where are Abby Arcane and Matt Cable searching for Swamp Thing in Book Two?
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