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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 was in the center of the white tree?
(a) A hospital.
(b) A restaurant.
(c) A park.
(d) A large dance hall.
2. Who says, "Wonderful hard worker, but he would be a wonderful robber in future"?
(a) The drinkard's wife.
(b) The drinkard.
(d) The Invisible-Pawn.
3. Why can't Faithful-Mother accompany the drinkard and his wife on the rest of their journey?
(a) She does not like the drinkard's wife.
(b) She must stay within her borders.
(c) She is too ill.
(d) She walks more slowly than them and would hold them up.
4. Why does the drinkard make the rule that he would only serve people outside?
(a) He is hiding the tapster in his house.
(b) The egg creats more when there is more open space.
(c) He wants to keep the egg a secret from them.
(d) There are so many people visiting him and they are very pushy.
5. Who is "Invisible-Pawn"?
(a) The drinkard's son.
(c) The head of the bush creatures.
(d) The tapster.
Short Answer Questions
1. What color are the "deads'" clothing?
2. What do the drinkard and his wife first give "Hungry-Monster" to eat?
3. Why is it so hard for the drinkard and his wife to reach and enter "Dead's Town"?
4. Why does the wise king dress up the drinkard and his wife and parade them around town?
5. What does the tapster say he did the night he died?
Short Essay Questions
1. What did the drinkard and his wife do with their death and fear? Why is this significant?
2. When can the drinkard and his wife enter "Dead's Town"? Is this symbolic?
3. How do the townspeople treat the drinkard after the egg breaks?
4. What themes do we find in "The Invisible-Pawn" chapter that we have seen in earlier chapters?
5. After fighting fantastical monsters for ten years, what new hardship does the drinkard come home to? Could this be considered a real life monster? Why?
6. Describe the feud between Heaven and Land.
7. Describe the group of four hundred dead babies the drinkard and his wife meet on the road.
8. How does the drinkard escape from the hungry-creature's stomach? Is this realistic?
9. Describe the white tree.
10. Does the wife's prophecy about the "Invisible-Pawn"--"wonderful hard worker, but he would be a wonderful robber in future"--come true ?
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