Swamp Thing Test | Final Test - Hard

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This test consists of 5 short answer questions and 1 (of 3) essay topics.

Short Answer Questions

1. What is offered to Matt while he slowly dies?

2. Who does the Floronic Man choose to attack after his fight with Swamp Thing?

3. Where does Etrigan observe Swamp Thing and Abby from in Book Six?

4. What is Raven's ability?

5. What does Etrigan scratch off of Swamp Thing in Book Seven?

Essay Topics

Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:

Essay Topic 1

Even though Swamp Thing is purely plant, Book Three seems to suggest that Swamp Thing has a vestige of humanity in his consciousness. How does Moore develop the idea that Swamp Thing possesses a type of humanity? How does Moore define humanity, if Swamp Thing, a purely golem creature is able to possess a sense of humanness? Using evidence from Book Three, explain humanity as Moore defines it.

Essay Topic 2

Throughout the final books, the boy Paul has an important role to play. How does Moore describe Paul's character? What does Paul contribute to the overall plot? Specifically use Book Seven to identify Paul's significance to Etrigan and Swamp Thing. How do these characters respond to Paul? What does Paul do at the end of Book Seven that echoes a scene in Book Four?

Essay Topic 3

Abby Arcane's relationship with Matt Cable is very volatile. How does Moore characterize and develop the relationship between Abby and Matt? What seems to draw them together or pull them apart? How is their relationship important to the overall themes of Swamp Thing? Support your argument with at least two logical examples.

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