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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 Caspian order the slave trader to return in Chapter 4?
2. What is the name of the islands that Caspian tell Edmund and Lucy they are just outside of in Chapter 2?
3. What reason does Reepicheep stay with Eustace so often while he is a dragon?
4. How many days does Eustace write in his journal that the storm lasted in Chapter 5?
5. What does Lucy wish to do to the friend she is excited to see on board ship but chooses to drop to her knee instead?
Short Essay Questions
1. While he is still a dragon, how does Eustace try to tell his group the story of what happened to him?
2. What problems do Caspian and his sailors discuss in regard to traveling with Eustace as a dragon?
3. Why does Eustace leave the group at the end of Chapter 5?
4. How does Caspian say the boat is able to travel without wind when going towards the end of the world?
5. What occurs when Caspian and the others are taken to a small town on the wharf in Chapter 3?
6. What does Caspian do when the governor refuses to pay back tributes for the last 100 years?
7. How is the dinner set up by the invisible people in Chapter 10 described?
8. What happens to the people on the ship after Lucy prays to Aslan?
9. What happens when the painting of a ship comes to life?
10. How does Reepicheep help the Duffers and cause them to change their names to Dufflepuds?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Examine Lucy's role in the book. Part 1.) What role does she serve in terms of leadership on the ship? Part 2.) In what ways could Lucy be considered an advisor on the ship? Part 3.) How did Lucy grow after her time spent in the magician's room?
Essay Topic 2
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 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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