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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. Who does the narrator explain will be the one that ends up dead?
2. What kind of fruit do the trees near Lousy Lane produce?
3. What does Klaus ask Violet if they can do?
4. What does Uncle Monty have Klaus do when he gets home?
5. Where does Klaus suggest he could get a job?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Count Olaf tell the children that convinces them to start calling him Stephano?
2. In chapter five what do the children think about when they try to think about what life was like for them four years earlier?
3. What do the children remember in chapter three while thinking about heir parents?
4. What is 'Stephano's' response to Violet and Klaus calling him Count Olaf?
5. What are Violet and Klaus doing while they are riding in the car to their new home?
6. Describe the different deadly snakes that Dr. Montgomery explains to the children he has and what they can do as described in chapter three.
7. What do the children find when the open the door of the Reptile Room?
8. What does Mr. Poe tell the children in chapter one as they are walking up to the door?
9. Describe the situation when Dr. Montgomery tells the children to go find a room in his house?
10. In chapter six what does the narrator tell the reader that they can do with the book instead of finishing it?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
In what way do the Baudelaire children work together? Could they have defeated Count Olaf if they hadn't had each other? Explain.
Essay Topic 2
At the very end of the story the children compliment each other on the things that they were able to accomplish that eventually unmasked Count Olaf.
1) Was it necessary for the children to tell each other how well each of them did at this point?
2) Would it have been the same if they had said it before they went to sleep?
3) What purpose does an honest compliment serve to a person in a general sense? How does that compare to the compliment the children gave each other?
Essay Topic 3
The narrator tells the reader before hand that Uncle Monty dies.
1) Is this true foreshadowing or has the narrator given away a key piece in the story? Explain.
2) What other way could the reader have realized that Uncle Monty was destined to die if the narrator hadn't exposed it?
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