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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 is the name of the landlady of the building in Chapter 6?
(b) Maisie Hill.
2. What is Wanda's name as a man in her previous life?
3. What does Wanda see when she looks out the window in Chapter 5?
(a) A hurt beggar woman.
(b) Thessaly holding books.
(c) The ghost of George.
(d) Luz's cloak.
4. What looks like the house in Florida in which where Barbie grew up?
(a) Thessaly's farm.
(b) The Citadel of the Cuckoo.
(c) George's apartment.
(d) The Land.
5. What does Barbie ask Morpheus to do in Chapter 6?
(a) To send Thessaly, Foxglove and Hazel home safely.
(b) To give Martin back his life.
(c) To kill Cuckoo.
(d) To rebuild the land.
Short Answer Questions
1. Whom does the Cuckoo bewitch and command to sit in Chapter 5?
2. What is the name of the beggar woman mentioned in Chapter 6?
3. What is older than Barbie and where is it that she comes to dream?
4. What does Barbie notice when Morpheus crumbles the land in his hand in Chapter 5?
5. What is the only thing that Morpheus says he has not done that he came to do in Chapter 6?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Barbie do while wearing mourning clothes in Chapter 6?
2. 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?
3. What does the world need to exist, according to the Cuckoo?
4. What does Thessaly tell Hazel and Foxglove about cuckoo birds?
5. What happens in New York when the storm grows violent?
6. What do Barbie and the Cuckoo say about childhood abuse and imagination?
7. What does Barbie discuss with Aunt Dora in the diner?
8. When Barbie is pulled out of the apartment alive, what does she notice outside?
9. What is the boon that Morpheus offers Barbie?
10. To whom does the Cuckoo introduce Barbie?
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