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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 is one choice September can make?
(a) To gain great riches.
(b) To quit and go home.
(c) To choose nothing.
(d) To lose her way.
2. Where is September swimming for her life?
(a) The drowning pond.
(b) The whirlpool of forgetfulness.
(c) Perverse and Perilous sea.
(d) The Marquess' swimming pool.
3. In and out of what does a little girl transform back and forth?
(a) A hawk.
(b) An eagle.
(c) A jackal.
(d) A rabbit.
4. What does September do with the Spoon?
(a) Free Monday.
(b) Free Saturday.
(c) Free Sunday.
(d) Free Thursday.
5. Who is Iago?
(a) The Marquess' panther.
(b) A unicorn September meets just after leaving the Briary.
(c) The Marquess' brother.
(d) A young boy whom September meets just after leaving the Briary.
Short Answer Questions
1. What must happen to all travelers before going into Pandemonium?
2. Who does September hear calling?
3. What do Ell and September follow to find their destination?
4. Who is disguised as a giant gargoyle?
5. Who takes September from her home?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does September ask the Green Wind and how does the Leopard answer the question?
2. What is the House the two come upon and who lives there?
3. Who is on the shores of the Barleybroom River and what are they waiting to do?
4. Describe the conversation between Lye and September.
5. What does Ell tell September about Pandemonium and why doesn't he know much?
6. What does September not do as she is leaving home and what is the explanation given for her not doing so?
7. Where is September swimming and what is the shore like when she gets to it?
8. Describe the exchange between the Marquess and September concerning the Spoon.
9. How does Queen Mallow construct the city of Pandemonium?
10. Who are the witches September encounters and what do they do with her?
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