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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. Whose voice does Jack recall hearing in his delirium while he was injured?
2. At the beginning of Chapter 16, why do people continuously knock on Jack's door?
3. What place does Dr. Longbranch suggest for Jack to visit?
4. What proof does Linda offer for the surgery that left Jack with a warrior's stone rather than a wizard's stone?
5. What changes does Linda see in Jack's body that seem to unnerve her?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why does Linda file a grievance to stop Jack from participating in the Games? Who else files a grievance?
2. Why does Susannah claim the dragon has awakened? What is the result of this?
3. Who is the first to put forth a warrior in the ceremony to register the warriors? Who does not have a warrior? Why not?
4. What does Jack learn about Hastings' previous relationship with Linda? What does Hastings say about the women in Jack's family?
5. Who is the Red Rose warrior? Why does Jack tell Hastings he will not be able to kill this warrior?
6. Who helps save Jack's life in Chapter 11? How?
7. Why is Jack called out of class in Chapter 11? What does Jack believe is happening?
8. For what trip is Jack packing at the end of Chapter 11? What does he pack?
9. What do Jack and Ellen learn will happen to a player who forfeits during the Games? What is said about the use of magic by sponsors, spectators, or wagerers?
10. 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?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Discuss one of the following relationships in detail:
1) Hastings and Becka
2) Linda and Becka
3) Longbranch and Jack
4) Jack and Hastings.
Essay Topic 2
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?
Essay Topic 3
What is Jack's relationship with Ellen? Why do Ellen and Leesha have a confrontation? Why does Jack agree to walk Ellen home during Leesha's party? How does Jack feel about Ellen? Why does Jack end up having a fight with Garret? How did this come about? How did it end? What does Jack's relationship with Ellen suggest about his personality? What does it say about his position in relation to the Roses and the Games?
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