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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does Woodrue take from Swamp Thing's body?
(a) A yam-like tuber.
(b) A crooked staff.
(c) A lichen.
(d) A piece of moss.
2. What did Alan Moore do differently with Swamp Thing from Campbell's viewpoint?
(a) He meditated upon two new heroes.
(b) He created a different setting.
(c) He discussed philosophy.
(d) He rewrote the origin.
3. Who is Swamp Thing battling against for his humanity?
4. At what kind of rate does the Floronic Man cause the plants to produce oxygen in the young boy's town during the recording?
(a) Monotonic rate.
(b) Accelerated rate.
(c) Slow rate.
(d) Mediocre rate.
5. What is one difference in comic book horror that distinguishes it from other genres?
(a) Usage of similes.
(b) Usage of metaphors.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Woodrue find when he dissects Swamp Thing?
2. What system does Woodrue take over that allows him to control doors, etc.?
3. What is Swamp Thing truly?
4. What does Campbell explain the comic genre would not have without the late 1960s period?
5. How is Woodrue envious of Swamp Thing?
Short Essay Questions
1. How is Swamp Thing's overgrown state in the swamp explained by Woodrue?
2. What helps Swamp Thing reattach his arm to his shoulder?
3. What danger is presented to Moore since he places Swamp Thing within the DC universe?
4. What does the Green Arrow lament?
5. What does the Floronic Man declare will happen during his "green millennium"?
6. What does Swamp Thing do when he recognizes that Abby is scared in Book Six?
7. Name two macabre elements employed within Book Two.
8. How does the Floronic Man view the Swamp thing when he offers him the human woman?
9. What does Campbell classify as unique about the duration of comic books?
10. Name two elements of the symbolism behind the inclusion of "Evangeline" in Swamp Thing.
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