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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Why is the person imprisoned in the lobster cage?
(a) The person has committed a very heinous crime.
(b) As a way of testing the person's power.
(c) As punishment.
(d) So the Marquess can use the person's power.
2. What does Ell ask September?
(a) Why she is helping the Marquess.
(b) If she knows where they are going.
(c) Where she got her new shoes.
(d) What her real name is.
3. What do Ell and September follow to find their destination?
(a) A path of bread crumbs.
(b) A carpet of flowers.
(c) A carpet of red cloth.
(d) A red brick walkway.
4. What doesn't September do as she is leaving home?
(a) Brush her teeth.
(b) Wave goodbye.
(c) Eat breakfast.
5. What is said about September to convince the customs agent to let her in?
(a) That September is one of the numbered few.
(b) That September is always falling.
(c) That September's father is King of the Ogres.
(d) That September is one of the ravished.
Short Answer Questions
1. Why doesn't Ell know much about Pandemonium?
2. What is accidentally left behind?
3. What is the Briary?
4. Where is the Barleybroom River?
5. What is cut from September?
Short Essay Questions
1. How is September feeling after leaving the Briary and where does she find Ell?
2. What must all travelers do, and what does Lye wash into September?
3. What do September and Ell ask the guardian of Pandemonium and how does the Guardian guide them?
4. Who are the witches September encounters and what do they do with her?
5. What does September decide about Saturday; what does Iago decide about Ell and what is Ell's response?
6. How does September lose her shadow?
7. What has Ell memorized and how does he get the name September chooses for him?
8. Who is the customs agent and what does she do?
9. How does September leave home and what does she leave behind?
10. Describe the conversation between Lye and September.
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