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This test consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who was Lebannen?
2. What were they planning to eat for dinner?
3. When Tenar and Therru came back from the village, what had someone done at their house?
4. What happened when Tenar started teaching Therru the true names of things?
5. Who came to Tenar and Therru's rescue?
Short Essay Questions
1. Describe the greeting Aspen gave Tenar at the Lord of Re Albi's house.
2. Explain the relationship between Ged and Therru as well as the relationship between Ged and Tenar after the capture of the men.
3. Explain what Moss believes about reputation.
4. Explain what Aspen tried to do to Tenar and whether or not it worked.
5. As she left Apple's house to go to her farm, what was Tenar concerned about in regards to Therru?
6. What did Apple observe about her mother when she got to the docks with the people of Valmouth?
7. Explain the significance of Ged's arrival as the men were breaking into the house.
8. Townsend came to see if Tenar wanted to sell the goats, but there was something else he wanted. What was it?
9. Explain why Tenar went to go visit Ivy and what happened during the visit.
10. Explain the difference between what Ogion saw in Tenar and what he saw in Therru.
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Throughout the book, Tenar faces many different fears and disappointments. Select three different situations in which she felt fear or disappointment and describe them in detail. Write about the way Tenar faced the difficulties and how she overcame them.
Essay Topic 2
Describe what happened to Tenar and Ged as they journeyed back to visit Moss. Write about Aspen's desire to control them and what he plans to do to them.
Essay Topic 3
Ged asks Tenar why they allowed Therru to live. Explain why he questioned the decision, and define how it related to his own personal situation.
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