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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. How does September break open the prison cells?
(a) A gold key.
(b) They are not locked.
(c) The Wrench.
(d) The Spoon.
2. What is September starting to want?
(a) To go home.
(b) To overthrow the Marquess.
(c) To be back with Ell and Thursday.
(d) To see her brother.
3. What does Nor say about September?
(a) September is half a person.
(b) September is not a person at all.
(c) September cannot come on the island since September is whole.
(d) September is three-quarters a person.
4. Where are Ell and Saturday?
(a) In the highest tower.
(b) In the dungeon.
(c) They are not in the castle.
(d) In the library.
5. Who taunts the others in September's dream?
(b) A purple boy wearing a superman costume.
(c) A green mushroom.
(d) A very plain blond girl.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does the food in September's dream resemble?
2. What does the Green Wind urge September to refrain from doing?
3. Why does the Marquess destroy Gleam?
4. What does the Marid yell at Saturday?
5. About what does Saturday warn September?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Gleam learn of Saturday and Ell?
2. Who meets Gleam and September inside the castle and what does September say to her?
3. Where do September and her friends arrive after Calpurnia and Penny have left the group?
4. Who arrives to greet the visitors to Autumn and what is special about them?
5. What surprises September when she leaves Mr. Map's office?
6. What happens as September runs out of the Worsted Wood and how is she when she reaches Mercurio?
7. Describe the conversation between September and the shark.
8. Where do September, Saturday, Ell and Gleam awaken and who joins them?
9. What does the Marquess reveal to September about the link between worlds and what does the Marquess want September to do?
10. How does September defeat Saturday in a duel?
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