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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What "consumed" Alec Holland?
(b) The swamp.
2. Who is informed too late of the Floronic Man's dangerous presence in Book Three?
(b) The Justice League of America.
(c) The government.
(d) Vash the Stampede.
3. What did Alan Moore do differently with Swamp Thing from Campbell's viewpoint?
(a) He meditated upon two new heroes.
(b) He discussed philosophy.
(c) He rewrote the origin.
(d) He created a different setting.
4. What does fictional horror usually depend upon according to Campbell?
(a) Elevated diction.
(b) Men in tights to save the day.
(c) A carefully contained and controlled environment.
(d) Heartwarming relationships.
5. Who does the Floronic Man kill toward the end of Book Three?
(a) His neighbor, Trisha.
(b) The local sheriff's wife.
(c) William Anslinger.
(d) The local sheriff.
6. Who is Woodrue revealed to be?
(a) The superhero, Superman.
(b) The supervillain, Jekyll.
(c) The supervillain, Mr. Manic.
(d) The supervillian, the Floronic Man.
7. What was the original story of Swamp Thing about?
(a) Alec Holland and his wife.
(b) Mrs. Holland and Abby Arcane.
(c) Alec Holland and Abby Arcane.
(d) Alec Holland and his cousin.
8. What does Campbell make a case for concerning Alan Moore's Swamp Thing?
(a) That the comic book medium is better than poetry.
(b) That the comic book genre is too trite.
(c) That the comic book medium can't be rescued.
(d) That the comic book medium is a legitimate art form.
9. How does Woodrue feel after the connection to Swamp Thing's flower?
(a) That he has "risen."
(b) That he has "become sage."
(c) That he has "ascended."
(d) That he has "never felt better."
10. What have Swamp Thing's eye sockets and mouth area filled up with in the beginning of Book Two?
11. What kind of horrors does Campbell mention that the population of the 1980s had to encounter?
(a) AIDS, nuclear proliferation, and rises in missing children.
(b) Bad haircuts, AIDS, cryogenics.
(c) Supervillains, AIDS, black holes.
(d) Tornadoes, earthquakes, sub-atomic particles.
12. What does Woodrue spray on himself to pass for a human?
(a) Residual homobiology.
13. What comparison is drawn by Woodrue concerning consciousness and wise men?
(a) Men are only wise if they lose consciousness.
(b) True consciousness is only given to the wise men.
(c) Cannibals eat wise men to gain knowledge.
(d) Consciousness manifests in wise women, not men.
14. What talks to Swamp Thing and convinces him of fighting for his own humanity?
(a) An alligator.
(b) A fly.
(c) Alec Holland's skull.
(d) A tablecloth.
15. What is overtaken by earth's plant consciousness?
(a) Woodrue's humanity.
(b) Matt's alcoholism.
(c) Swamp Thing's humanity.
(d) Abby's body.
Short Answer Questions
1. How does Woodrue connect his mind to a flower that grew from Swamp Thing?
2. What do three young men decide to do out on the bayou?
3. How does Swamp Thing react to reading the file?
4. During Book Three, what does the Floronic Man send the young boy off who recorded for him to do?
5. What does Woodrue decide he must do to the world after connecting his mind to Swamp Thing's flower?
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