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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. According to Hastings in Chapter 13, who lives in the area where his family home is located?
2. Dr. Longstreet objects to Hastings' warrior for what reason?
3. How many bouts does Jeremiah claim to have fought before he died?
4. According to Hastings, whom was he not allowed to train in Susannah's family?
5. What does D'Orsay write in the Rules of Engagement?
Short Essay Questions
1. Who is the Red Rose warrior? Why does Jack tell Hastings he will not be able to kill this warrior?
2. Who objects to Jack's participation in the Games? For what reason?
3. Who is ministering Jack when he wakes in Cumbria? How did she get there?
4. What charm does Dr. Longbranch cast on Jack? How does he escape it?
5. What happens when Jack breaks his ankle and refuses to fight any more? What do the judges threaten to do?
6. For what reason does Linda tell Jack that Hastings wants to make Jack fight in the Games?
7. How does Jack manage to sneak into Ellen's room to speak to her the night before the Games? What is said?
8. What does Hastings tell Jack will happen if the Rules of Engagement are ever broken? What does this have to do with the origin of the Weir stones?
9. What is Raven's Ghyll? Why has Hastings decided to take Jack there through the back way?
10. What does Jack learn about Hastings' previous relationship with Linda? What does Hastings say about the women in Jack's family?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Discuss one of the following relationships in an essay:
1) Lee and Carrie
2) Lee and Wylie
3) Linda and Longbranch
4) Jack, Will, and Fitch.
Essay Topic 2
What happens when Linda and Hastings prevent the judges from killing Jack and Ellen at the end of the Games? Who invades the arena and begins to kill some of the judges? Who else appears? What does this person say the judges have awakened with their unfair games? What rule changes are made as a result of Ellen and Jack's tournament? What is Trinity to become for the guilds? Do these new rules solve the problems Leander Hastings was attempting to fix by having Jack fight?
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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