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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 does Maggie buy Wren?
2. Where is a meeting located at the opening of this chapter?
3. Who does Maggie see first at Sanctuary?
4. What does Wren do that surprises Dr. Alexander?
5. What does Aimee tell Wren while at the door to his room?
Short Essay Questions
1. What do Whitehunter and Maggie talk about while working on Wren?
2. What does Wren say to Maggie when she asks him not to leave her again?
3. How does Marguerite get away from the men that attack her?
4. Who is Whitethunder and what does he do?
5. What does Aimee tell Maggie about Wren that shocks her and what does Maggie ask?
6. What happens to Marguerite when she leaves the bar?
7. Who does Wren see when he returns to the Sanctuary and what does that person tell him?
8. Why did Maggie hear from her father and what is she not telling him?
9. What is Nicolette working on concerning Wren and who does she tell?
10. What is the Omegrion?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Maggie starts to cry and accepts knowing they are still not mated and cannot ever have children. Wren tells her they can always adopt.
1. Would you marry someone who couldn't have children if you wanted them? Why or why not?
2. Do you think adopting children is as good as having your own children? Why or why not?
3. If you were going to adopt a children, what kind of child would you adopt? Why?
Essay Topic 2
This is the first time Maggie has stood up to her father. It makes her feel very good about herself.
1. Discuss why Maggie standing up to her father might demonstrate her maturity.
2. Do you think children should never defy their parents? Why or why not?
3. Do you think Maggie handled her father the best way? Why or why not? How would you have handled the situation?
Essay Topic 3
Wren's father is alive and went through quite an emotional ordeal concealing himself from Wren for twenty years. Had he not, it would have altered the future, and Wren and Maggie would never have met.
1. What do you think what Aristotle did to keep the future from changing says about him as a person? As a father? Use examples to support your answer.
2. Do you think if time travel was possible it would be impossible to go to the past and not accidentally change the future? Why or why not?
3. Discuss one event in your life you would change and how if you could go through time to the past.
4. If you could go to the past to any place or time in history where would you go, who would you want to meet and what would you do?
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