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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. How many weeks had the Dawn Treader left the Lone Islands at the beginning of Chapter 5?
2. What does Reepicheep find for himself in his size in Chapter 8?
3. Who is rumored to be living at the end of the world in the body of water the lords Caspian is searching for went to explore?
4. What does Eustace begin doing on the ship to record his travels?
5. What do the people the group runs into on the island in Chapter 3 offer them?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Lucy hear when she stops to remove a stone from her shoe while on an island?
2. How does Caspian say the boat is able to travel without wind when going towards the end of the world?
3. Why does Eustace leave the group at the end of Chapter 5?
4. What does Ramundu say about the birds feeding him berries?
5. How is the small island where the Dawn Trader travels after leaving Dragon Island described?
6. Why has Edmund and Lucy come to stay with their aunt and uncle?
7. How is the appearance of the island the group visits in Chapter 9 described?
8. What do Caspian and Edmund witness when they go on land to a cliff overlooking a pool in Chapter 8?
9. What do the invisible people say is the reason they have become invisible?
10. What occurs when Caspian and the others are taken to a small town on the wharf in Chapter 3?
Essay Topic 1
Examine the concept of divinity as represented in the book. What is telling of the author's view of divinity based on his portrayal of Reepicheep?
Essay Topic 2
Examine the concept of temptation that is represented in the book. What reasons does the author have for portraying all of the book's characters as being tempted?
Essay Topic 3
A common thought represented throughout much of the book is the concept of duty. Part 1.) How does Caspian view his duties to the lords he is hoping to save? Part 2.) What might the author hope for the characters' duties to represent in the book? Part 3.) What parallels can be seen between the characters' acts of duty and religion?
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