The Good Fairies of New York Test | Final Test - Hard

Martin Millar
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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 does Marion need for the project she is working on that Aelric wishes to find for her?

2. What is the name of the female lead in Cal's play?

3. Who do the MacLeod sisters begin traveling with in Chapter 24?

4. Who does Kerry find out has her poppy at the beginning of Chapter 19?

5. Where do Dinnie and Kerry go on their first date?

Short Essay Questions

1. How does Dinnie react to the ponytail Heather grows for him?

2. How does Dinnie react to Kerry's theory on why Heather and Morag choose to keep the Macleod Banner?

3. Why is the fairy Brannoc depressed in Chapter 15?

4. How are King Tala's mercenaries taken prisoner in Chapter 21?

5. How does Morag learn how to fix her broken violin in Chapter 25?

6. How is the MacPherson Fiddle damaged in Chapter 31?

7. What happens when Morag tries to exchange the Bhat Gwa mirror for Kerry's poppy?

8. How does Morag find out the identity of Dinnie's fiddle?

9. How do the five fairies in Central Park try to get help for their battle in Chapter 30?

10. What plan does Morag make with Kerry to try to retrieve the MacPherson Fiddle?

Essay Topics

Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:

Essay Topic 1

Discuss the portrayal of art in the book. What role does art play in the book and what reason might the author have for portraying it in this manner?

Essay Topic 2

Examine the portrayal of relics in the book. What symbolic meaning do the relics and artifacts used in the book mean to the book's characters, namely the MacPherson Fiddle, the Bhat Gwa mirror, and the MacLeod Banner?

Essay Topic 3

Competition is a well-used concept presented throughout much of the book, namely between the characters Heather and Morag.

Part 1) What is telling about Heather and Morag's character based on their competitive nature in the book?

Part 2) Based on the portrayal of competition in the book, what might the author be saying about the repercussions of being competitive with others?

Part 3) What lessons do the book's characters learn from being competitive? Is it a positive or negative message?

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