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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. Where does Barbie go after burying Tantoblin?
(a) The desert to roam.
(b) A cave to read Tantoblin's scroll.
(c) An inn to sleep.
(d) The forest to hide.
2. Why is it dangerous to mess with the Moon, according to George?
(a) It disturbs the tides and the weather.
(b) It changes the Sun.
(c) It causes war.
(d) It wreaks havoc on women.
3. What matters to the Moon, according to George?
4. What guides Barbie's group down an old path to the sea and the city in Chapter 4?
(a) The Hierogram.
(d) A spider.
5. Cuckoo takes Barbie to the place of _______________ in Chapter 5.
(b) Atlantic Ocean.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Barbie notice when Morpheus crumbles the land in his hand in Chapter 5?
2. To what does Barbie compare being watched in Chapter 4?
3. What does Wanda complain about in New York in Chapter 5?
4. What does Barbie believe about people in Chapter 6?
5. What is Wanda's name as a man in her previous life?
Short Essay Questions
1. What do Barbie and Wilkinson discover when they read the scroll?
2. Why is Wanda angry and what does George explain to her about the Moon in Chapter 4?
3. What does Morpheus do to liberate Barbie and what is revealed about him in Chapter 5?
4. What do Barbie and the Cuckoo say about childhood abuse and imagination?
5. What does Wilkinson say that Barbie does not believe when they wake up the day after they hid from the Black Guard in the cave and read Tantoblin's scroll?
6. What does Barbie ask Morpheus to do?
7. What does the beggar woman tell Wanda in Chapter 5?
8. To whom does the Cuckoo introduce Barbie?
9. What happens that makes Barbie question whether she is dreaming, and how does she respond to this new knowledge in Chapter 4?
10. What does Wanda do when the weather starts to worsen and she looks out the window in Chapter 5?
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