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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. After awakening and giving his speech about power and responsibility, what does Azaro's father tell them not to kill but to command to leave?
2. Who follows Azaro's father in his dreams?
3. Who is sent into spasms when touched so that someone else can see?
4. What type of season is it in which Madame Koto grows more powerful?
5. Whose yard is Azaro blown into by the storm?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does the rain coming down for two weeks affect Azaro at home and at school?
2. What happens when Azaro's father fights the man in the white suit?
3. How does Azaro's mother respond to the spirit beggars in their home?
4. The four-headed spirit came to Azaro in different forms. What are they and how does Azaro respond?
5. The more Azaro's father trains, what happens with the villagers, with food for him and his mother, and with his father?
6. How does Azaro's father affect the spirit world while Azaro is withdrawn?
7. What happens with Azaro's father after he defeats the Green Leopard, and who does Azaro's mother call to help him?
8. Why does Koto come to Azaro in his sleep, and what happens?
9. When Azaro's father wakes up, what does everyone find out about why he has been the way he is in his sleep after defeating the Green Leopard?
10. How are Helen and the beggars connected?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
In Book Four there are a lot of changes (with Madame Koto, Azaro, Azaro's father, Azaro's mother, relationships between them and others). Discuss these changes, with examples from the story cited in your response.
Essay Topic 2
While Azaro's father is sleeping in Book Eight, Azaro walks in his dreams. Describe what he sees and the perceptions he has, and discuss the impact of this on the story.
Essay Topic 3
Azaro's father becomes more involved with the spirit world as evidenced in Book Six. Cite specific details involving these interactions and discuss the significance of each to the story and/or its impact on the relationship between father and son.
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