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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. What does Ell ask September?
(a) If she knows where they are going.
(b) Why she is helping the Marquess.
(c) What her real name is.
(d) Where she got her new shoes.
2. How old is the Marquess?
(a) Twenty years older than September.
(b) No older than September.
(c) Several years older than September.
(d) A couple years younger than September.
3. What is carved into the forehead of the person who lives at the house?
4. Who takes September from her home?
(a) Green Water.
(b) Red Wind.
(c) Green Wind.
(d) Yellow Earth.
5. Where is September's home?
(a) Kansas City, Missouri.
(b) Omaha, Nebraska.
(c) North Platte, Nebraska.
(d) Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Short Answer Questions
1. Why were musicians attacked at a concert?
2. How do Ell and September pay for the fare?
3. Where does September tell Ell she is going?
4. What do Ell and September follow to find their destination?
5. Where does September eventually get?
Short Essay Questions
1. Where does Ell say he will go with her and why will he do so?
2. What is September contemplating when interrupted by the Marquess, and what does the Marquess say about September's journey?
3. Who wakes September after a quiet night's sleep and what do the two say to each other?
4. Who is Calpurnia Farthing and whom has she rescued?
5. Describe the exchange between the Marquess and September concerning the Spoon.
6. What is required by Longitude and Latitude when September reaches the gateway to Fairyland, and then what does September do after completing the requirements for entering Fairyland?
7. What is the House the two come upon and who lives there?
8. Who is the customs agent and what does she do?
9. What does Goodbye offer to do in exchange for what?
10. What do Ell and September have to pass through to meet with the Marquess and what happens to Ell?
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