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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 does the drinkard turn his wife into to escape from the "mountain-creatures"?
(a) A small stick.
(b) A tiny kitten.
(c) A wooden doll.
(d) A flat stone.
2. Why does the wise king dress up the drinkard and his wife and parade them around town?
(a) He is trying to determine who the true murderer is.
(b) To express his gratitude.
(c) To celebrate the foreign visitors.
(d) He thinks they are long lost family members.
3. What did the red king kill that caused the town to turn red?
(a) A red tree.
(b) A red creature.
(c) A wizard.
(d) A red bird and red fish.
4. What "natural disaster" has killed millions of people?
(a) A famine.
(b) A flood.
(c) A plague.
(d) A blizzard.
5. How many creatures are in the bag with the drinkard and his wife?
Short Answer Questions
1. How does the wise king help the drinkard and his wife on their journey?
2. Who is this year's annual sacrifice in the red bush?
3. When the drinkard and his wife are captured and put in a bag, what are the other creatures in the bag like?
4. What must you do to make the tapster's gift to the drinkard work?
5. Who figures out how to help the drinkard heal more quickly after he is beat up by the giant?
Short Essay Questions
1. Does the wife's prophecy about the "Invisible-Pawn"--"wonderful hard worker, but he would be a wonderful robber in future"--come true ?
2. How do the townspeople treat the drinkard after the egg breaks?
3. Describe how the "Invisible-Pawn" gets his work done.
4. Compare the juju the drinkard used during difficult situations with the gun he used during difficult situations.
5. How are the people of Dead's Town different from living humans?
6. Describe the "Red-Lady" and her fashion taste.
7. Describe the hungry-creature.
8. Does the drinkard give a satisfactory reason for fighting and then killing the bag creatures?
9. When can the drinkard and his wife enter "Dead's Town"? Is this symbolic?
10. While living in "mixed town," the drinkard is asked to judge two separate cases, but he leaves them unresolved. How are they similar and what makes them hard to resolve?
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