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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 were the red people before they became red people?
(a) Blue people.
(b) Human beings.
2. Who is the king of the Red-Bush related to?
(c) The tapster.
3. How much money is involved in the first case's conflict?
(a) 100 pounds.
(b) 1000 pounds.
(c) 10 pounds.
(d) 1 pound.
4. On the way to Dead's Town, the drinkard and his wife get lost and ask to follow a man with a sack. What is in the sack?
(b) The tapster.
(c) A dead prince.
(d) Nine creepy creatures.
5. What was in the center of the white tree?
(a) A hospital.
(b) A park.
(c) A restaurant.
(d) A large dance hall.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does the tapster bring to the drinkard and his wife?
2. What "natural disaster" has killed millions of people?
3. When the drinkard becomes a judge, what is his first case about?
4. Why does the drinkard make the rule that he would only serve people outside?
5. What is the "Invisible-Pawn's" name?
Short Essay Questions
1. Comment on how the drinkard sums up his journey, "And so all our trials, difficulties and many years' travel brought only an egg or resulted in an egg." (Chapter 32, p. 295)
2. What does the drinkard do when he realizes the townspeople plan to revolt against him?
3. Why is the king from "We and the Wise King in the Wrong Town with the Prince Killer" described as wise?
4. Why does the drinkard ask the reader for help in judging the court cases from "mixed town"?
5. Describe the "Red-Lady" and her fashion taste.
6. What new power does the drinkard's wife develop during pages 248-264?
7. 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?
8. How are the people of Dead's Town different from living humans?
9. Compare the juju the drinkard used during difficult situations with the gun he used during difficult situations.
10. Are plants important in this story?
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