The Warrior Heir Test | Final Test - Hard

Cinda Williams Chima
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This test consists of 5 short answer questions and 1 (of 3) essay topics.

Short Answer Questions

1. Linda tells Jack that members of the family in America began marrying what type of people, perhaps leading to him being born without a stone?

2. What does D'Orsay write in the Rules of Engagement?

3. According to Ellen, who in Wylie's thoughts was working to steal Shadowslayer from Susannah's grave?

4. What new fighting skills does Jack have after Hastings bonds his memories with Jeremiah's?

5. What is dyrne sefa?

Essay Topics

Essay Topic 1

Who is Dr. Longbranch? Why does she believe that she should own Jack? Why does Dr. Longbranch want Jack to fight for the White Rose? In what way does Dr. Longbranch discuss Jack as though he were a prized dog rather than a person? Why does Dr. Longbranch become upset when she learns that Hastings plans to have Jack fight for him as an independent? Why does Dr. Longbranch file suit, claiming that Jack belongs to her? Who else files suit to stop Jack from fighting in the Games? What is the result of these law suits?

Essay Topic 2

Who is Leander Hastings? What role does he play at Jack's school? Why does Linda arrange for Hastings to begin training Jack with the sword? What kind of training do they do? What is unusual about the opponents Leander provides for Jack? How does Jack fair in the beginning of his training? Why does Hastings continually push Jack to do better and better in his training? What makes the reader begin to think that Hastings might have ulterior motives in training Jack? What might these motives be?

Essay Topic 3

Who is Jack's opponent in the Games? How does Jack feel when he learns about the identity of this opponent? What does this person tell Jack was her role in Trinity when Jack thought she was just another student at Trinity High School? Why does Jack go to see this opponent the night before the Games? How? Does this meeting serve to help or make matters worse for Jack? What does Jack say to this opponent that makes the reader fear Jack will lose the Games due to his own inability to kill his opponent?

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