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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 is the Dawn Treader attacked by in Chapter 8 while at sea?
2. What does Eustace try and do on the beach in order to tell his story while a dragon?
3. What is the name of the person Lucy is excited to see on board the ship but Eustace is repulsed by?
4. Who does Eustace say helped him shed his dragon suit?
5. What does Eustace find has happened with the thing occupying the bottom of the large valley in Chapter 6 after he sees it?
Short Essay Questions
1. How are the sailing conditions described at the beginning of Chapter 5?
2. How is the valley that Eustace finds himself in during Chapter 6 described?
3. What happens when the painting of a ship comes to life?
4. How does Eustace say he was turned from a dragon back into a boy?
5. What happens when Reepicheep catches Eustace sneaking water?
6. Why did Reepicheep say he decided to join Caspian on his voyage?
7. How does Lucy react when she first sees Reepicheep in the book?
8. What does Caspian do when the governor refuses to pay back tributes for the last 100 years?
9. What occurs when Caspian and the others are taken to a small town on the wharf in Chapter 3?
10. What occurs between Eustace and Reepicheep at the end of Chapter 2?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
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
Discuss the concept of fear represented in the book. What might the author be saying about the importance of overcoming one's fears based on this representation?
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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