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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. What color are Cardan's eyes?
2. What does the Roach call Jude when he goes to get Lady Asha something to drink in Chapter 14?
3. In Chapter 13, who does the Bomb say the woman is who Jude wants to take from the Tower of Forgetting?
4. Who is sitting in the High King's chair in Chapter 7?
5. In Chapter 11, what animal body does a centaur-like musician have?
Short Essay Questions
1. How is the High King of Faerie described at the beginning of Chapter 1?
2. What argument does Cardan solve in the throne room in Chapter 15?
3. In Chapter 5, who does Jude discover shot Cardan and why?
4. In Chapter 1, what does Jude say that she did five months ago?
5. Why does Tatterfell serve Madoc?
6. What does Jude find when she goes to Cardan's apartments in Chapter 5?
7. In Chapter 15, what notes does Jude receive after the council meeting?
8. What does Jude notice at the end of Chapter 11?
9. What does Taryn ask Jude to do and why?
10. In Chapter 13, why does Madoc suggest that Jude give her opinion on the Undersea queen's threats?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Conflicts between characters are often caused by a problem. What are some conflicts that occur in the novel? Are the conflicts in the book mostly man vs. man, man vs. nature, or man vs. self? Are they internal or external conflicts?
Essay Topic 2
Some characters in the novel are more thoroughly described than others. Who are some characters that are merely named in passing or have a minor role in the novel? What is the importance of these flat characters to the story line? In what way do these characters make the main characters more colorful or interesting? When there is conflict, what type of role do these flat characters play?
Essay Topic 3
In the novel, humans can lie. Why is it so important that humans can lie, but Faerie Folk cannot? How do Faerie Folk get around the fact that they cannot lie? How do they use deceit instead?
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