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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 happened to Therru's blood mother?
(a) She got a respectable job in the village.
(b) She was beaten to death.
(c) She disappeared, and no-one knew what happened to her.
(d) She came back for her daughter.
2. What were the strange men looking for?
(a) They were looking for Ged.
(b) They were looking for Ogion's books.
(c) They were looking for Therru.
(d) They were looking for Tenar's ivory.
3. What is the name of the man with the leather cap?
4. Where was Therru hiding when Tenar came home from the village?
(a) She was in the forest.
(b) She was at Moss' house.
(c) She was under the bed.
(d) She was behind the door crouched behind the walking sticks.
5. Did women of magic have to give up what the men do for power?
(a) No, but they must perform a special ritual.
(b) Only if the man they are with is a wizard
Short Answer Questions
1. Why did Ged take the man into the village?
2. How did Aspen treat Tenar?
3. What do many wizards deny themselves of for the sake of magical power?
4. How did the men from Havnor treat Tenar?
5. What was going to happen to the men who were coming after Therru?
Short Essay Questions
1. Explain the relationship between Ged and Therru as well as the relationship between Ged and Tenar after the capture of the men.
2. What was the Roke needs looking for, and why was it unusual?
3. Why did Tenar finally leave Ogion's house?
4. Explain what happened to the men who broke into the house and what happened to Therru's mother.
5. Explain how Tenar felt about Ged's leaving.
6. Explain what Aspen tried to do to Tenar and whether or not it worked.
7. Describe Ged's reaction to the news about the king and the ship.
8. Describe how the people in the village felt about Aspen.
9. What did Apple observe about her mother when she got to the docks with the people of Valmouth?
10. Explain this state of Ged's mind according to Moss.
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