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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. How many ships are destroyed by the giants?
2. How many ships does Ulysses bring the shore of the island in Section 6?
3. Who is kidnapped by Paris?
4. How many men are in each of Ulysses' ships?
(d) One hundred.
5. Who is Circe?
(a) A sorceress.
(b) A naiad.
(c) A goddess.
(d) A mermaid.
6. What is the Cyclops?
(a) A monster with the head of a bull.
(b) A monster two heads.
(c) A monster with hair made of serpents.
(d) A monster with one eye.
7. In Section 3, what does Ulysses carry to his ship even though he is tired?
(a) His men.
(b) Barrels of wine.
(d) Golden treasure.
8. What do Ulysses' men want to do when they spot a small village on an island in Section 2?
(a) Settle at the village.
(b) Attack the village.
(c) Steal the village's livestock.
(d) Ask the villagers to feed them.
9. What happens when Ulysses' ship is sucked in at the gate of the wall?
(a) The men panic.
(b) The men draw their swords.
(c) The men become ill.
(d) The men fall asleep.
10. How many days does Ulysses guard the bag of winds without sleeping?
11. Whose wedding does Eris attend uninvited?
(a) Apollo and Daphiene's.
(b) Narsuisus and Echo's.
(c) Zeus and Hera's.
(d) Peleus and Thetis'.
12. What is attracted to the treasures unloaded from the ships in the Greek's retreat?
13. What does Ulysses offer to Polyphemus so that he can better enjoy his dinner?
(b) Goat meat.
14. What does Ulysses use to attack the giants?
(c) His sword.
15. Who bribes Paris by promising him any woman he desires?
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Aeolus ask Ulysses for when he greets him on the island?
2. What is the wall that the Hellenes encounter made of?
3. How many Hellenes does Polyphemus eat?
4. How many Greeks from each ship are killed when the villagers in Section 2 are attacking?
5. What animals are outside the island's castle?
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