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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 Barbie say girls do while boys imagine themselves stronger in Chapter 5?
(a) Girls dance around the house.
(b) Girls build houses.
(c) Girls make up lands where they are lost princesses whose real parents retrieve them.
(d) Girls wear party clothes.
2. What does Barbie do with her lipstick on the tombstone in Chapter 6?
(a) Crosses out the word "Alvin" and writes "Wanda" instead.
(b) Writes "I am sorry."
(c) Writes "I love you."
(d) Draws a heart.
3. Who grew up in a household with 17 children with the same name?
4. Who stops singing in Chapter 4 when Luz says it is too noisy?
5. What exists as long as the world exists according to Cuckoo in Chapter 5?
(a) The beggar woman and the cross-dresser.
(b) The Hierogram and the Porpentine.
(c) The birds and George.
(d) The city and the sea.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Foxglove ask Hazel in Chapter 5?
2. Who dislikes the image drawn on Barbie's face in Chapter 6?
3. When Barbie wakes up in Chapter 4, what does she want?
4. Whom does Barbie see behind Luz, approaching them as they near the Brightly Shining Sea?
5. Who does Barbie worry about until she sees that person's corpse hanging above her in Chapter 4?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Wanda do when the weather starts to worsen and she looks out the window in Chapter 5?
2. Who rejects Barbie at the funeral at the end of the book and why?
3. To whom does the Cuckoo introduce Barbie?
4. What do Nuala and Morpheus talk about in Chapter 4?
5. What does Barbie want to do with Tantoblin's body?
6. What happens in New York when the storm grows violent?
7. What do Barbie and Wilkinson discover when they read the scroll?
8. Who does Wilkinson mention to Barbie in Chapter 4 that she remembers?
9. What do Barbie and the Cuckoo say about childhood abuse and imagination?
10. What does the world need to exist, according to the Cuckoo?
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