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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. While Redival professes to grieve for the King and celebrate Orual's succession, she is primarily concerned that. . .
2. What does Orual see in the faces of the people of Glome as they gathered in the streets?
3. When she finally grows sick of the routine of her days in Glome, Orual. . .
4. Orual believes she and Ansit cannot be friends because. . .
5. The gods cannot answer Orual's charge against them. Why?
Short Essay Questions
1. Describe the last days of the Fox.
2. How is Orual persuaded not to kill herself?
3. What complaints does Orual make of the Gods during her trial?
4. What test does Orual propose of Psyche?
5. Describe the story of Istra.
6. How does Bardia hurt Orual's feelings?
7. What does Ansit confess to Orual regarding Bardia?
8. What are Orual's strengths as a queen?
9. What conflict comes between Orual and the Fox?
10. Who visits Orual at the beginning of the chapter? What does he/she want?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
The final sentence of a work is often the point at which the author relinquishes his theme to the reader. Consider the conclusion of Till We Have Faces and write an essay in which you explicate Lewis' intent based on how he ends his book. What does he want his readers to consider?
Essay Topic 2
Analyze the possession and use of power in Till We Have Faces. Who has power? How is it employed? Then write an essay in which you identify Lewis's attitude toward the powerful.
Essay Topic 3
Saint Augustine once said that "Faith is to believe what you do not see; the reward of this faith is to see what you believe." How is this definition of faith demonstrated in Till We Have Faces?
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