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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. The wind begins to grow stronger, and it jerks ________ upwards.
2. ________ interception is an obstruction that takes the form of patterns or clouds people see when bids fly.
3. What is the person carrying when a new one arrives in its place?
4. The living boy swings a shrunken ________ inside his pocket, ceding his life to the brother who preceded him.
5. Warmer portions of the ________ rise through its cooler parts, to be replaced by cooler parts.
Short Essay Questions
1. What should a person do with the wind of a storm, according to quotes from the mother's book?
2. What is the process in which a dog current will be created within the dog?
3. How is 'arm' described in Biology?
4. What are some of the names of those parts of the brain that are able to resist the bird calls?
5. What is the idea of a drowning balance, according to the description in this section?
6. What is the cycle of the boy who walks the earth in this section of the story?
7. What happens when the wind grows strong and reverses after the society moves underground?
8. What is the reasoning behind the woolen scarf being warm by an animal?
9. Where does family energy come from, according to the section entitled "Flap, Wire, and Name"?
10. What are two of the things that can happen in the place where people live in all sorts of shelters?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
A father makes confessions while lying in what appears to be a grave made of glass, which is thought to be symbolism of some sort.
Part 1: Why does the author make the descriptions so vague for the reader?
Part 2: How do you think the author might help the reader have an easier time with the imagery?
Part 3: How do you interpret the scene in which the father is making a confession? Is this structure a grave or something else?
Essay Topic 2
Marcus writes that disclosing mysteries is a way to look at society without destroying the mysteries themselves.
Part 1: Why do you think society has so many mysteries?
Part 2: How do you think that disclosing a mystery might destroy it?
Part 3: What are the problems with destroying the mysteries of society?
Essay Topic 3
Marcus uses names in the book, but does not give them traditional definitions. For example, Jennifer is the partial inability to see hands.
Part 1: What is the purpose of assigning new definitions to words in the book?
Part 2: Do you think Marcus is trying to be confusing to the reader?
Part 3: How do the new definitions expand the meaning of words for the reader?
This section contains 695 words
(approx. 3 pages at 300 words per page)