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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. What kind of animals does the mercenary team first kill when they approach Central Park?
2. What kind of fairies find Magenta in Chapter 28?
3. Who falls in love with King Tala's stepdaughter?
4. How does Dinnie react when Kerry shares her theory on why she thinks Heather and Morag choose to keep the MacLeod Banner?
5. What kind of ghosts is Johnny Thunders able to descend heaven with?
Short Essay Questions
1. How is the MacPherson Fiddle damaged in Chapter 31?
2. How is Johnny Thunders able to descend from heaven?
3. How does Dinnie react to the ponytail Heather grows for him?
4. What does Aelric learn about Marion's loyalties after he falls in love with her?
5. How do the five fairies in Central Park try to get help for their battle in Chapter 30?
6. What plan does Morag make with Kerry to try to retrieve the MacPherson Fiddle?
7. What do the fairies in Central Park do when they see the moonbeam first appear?
8. What does Aelric fail to do before his battle with King Tala that gets him stuck in a castle?
9. Why does Kerry tell Dinnie she believes to be the reason for Heather and Morag keeping the Macleod Banner in Chapter 29?
10. What does Aelric spend his time doing in Chapter 23 rather than preparing for his battle?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Examine the author's portrayal of violence in the book. Why does the author choose to use violence in many parts of the book, especially in the interactions between Heather and Morag?
Essay Topic 2
Discuss the concept of building character that is presented in the book. What trials and tribulations must the book's characters go through in order to build their character and why do you think the author portrayed character in this way?
Essay Topic 3
Examine the presence of rebellion found in the book. How are characters like Heather and Morag portrayed as being rebellious and what purpose does the author have for presenting these characters in this manner?
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