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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. What does Moiraine say the Trollocs were looking for in their attack?

2. What does Perrin plan to do if they are attacked by the flock of ravens?

3. Where does Moiraine sense the boys are after the attack outside the dead city?

4. Who is the first person to see Rand after the Trolloc attack?

5. Which of the following is NOT a name of one of the animals traveling with Perrin after he meets Elyas?

Short Essay Questions

1. What happens in the first dream Perrin has of Ba'alzamon after meeting the wolves?

2. What secret does Tam reveal while deep in his fever?

3. What does Moiraine tell the Two Rivers village about their past?

4. What does Morgaine tell the boys about Mordeth?

5. Where does Elyas lead Perrin to avoid the ravens, and how does Perrin feel about this?

6. Why does Moiraine decide to not search for Egwene after the attack in the dead city?

7. What does Thom learn about Morgain in the inn at Whitebridge?

8. What does Moiraine say about the battle cry that Mat used when the Trollocs were attacking them?

9. What does Tam ask Rand when they are returning to their farm early?

10. What is different about Lan's cloak?

Essay Topics

Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:

Essay Topic 1

Jealousy was an emotion that reared its ugly head a number of times in this book. Which characters evoked this emotion, and how did they respond to their jealous tendencies? How did these instances affect the plot of the book?

Essay Topic 2

Leadership is a very prominent theme in this book. Who are some of the main leaders in this book, and what makes them the true leaders? Is there more than one protagonist?

Essay Topic 3

Robert Jordan is careful to make sure that although these characters have magical powers, they are still very much human. Please cite some specific examples of this from the book and discuss how this humanity affects your view of the characters and the believability of the book.

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