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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. Which Demon did Dagda Mor summon to go after Amberle?
2. Who had come to seek the aid of the Stors?
3. What could Ander sense?
4. What knocked the third pin from its seating?
5. What did the Ellcrys give Allanon?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why was Flick distressed at the distance separating him from Wil?
2. What conclusion did Amberle and Wil both share following the demon trap at Drey Wood?
3. What did Wil know about when he handed over his clothes, and why wasn't he perturbed about it?
4. Why did Wil not bring Eretria with him?
5. What offended Wil regarding Amberle?
6. Why did Lauren recommend Amberle to talk with Ellcrys?
7. Why were both the King and the Prince shocked at what Allanon held?
8. What situations were wrong when Ander went to see the Chosen in the morning?
9. What promise did Wil solicit from the young elven boy?
10. What was the reason for the block when Wil attempted to use the stones?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Discuss Cephelo's way of life and his band of Rovers. Are the Rovers like any other group of people? How or why not? What makes Rovers a different breed of people? What might have occurred if Cephelo wasn't killed by the Reaper?
Essay Topic 2
Although Amberle initially is mad at Allanon and Wil for bringing her back to Arborlon, she makes a supreme sacrifice by becoming the very thing she was afraid of. Why was she afraid of the Ellcrys? What dispelled this fear? Would this fear be likely to occur again if Amberle-Ellcrys were to require a Chosen protege? Why or why not?
Essay Topic 3
Briefly, this book discusses financial transactions over human lives in the sale of Eretria. How does this make you feel? Why is that? Do you think Eretria would have had a better life with her father than with the Rovers? Why or why not?
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