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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 Eustace realize the travelers on the ship wish for him to do with Reepicheep that causes him to apologize to him?
2. Who is the only person that is not happy once on the island in Chapter 3?
3. What causes Eustace to not be able to find his way back to the ship after taking a nap?
4. What does Eustace catch for food for the other travelers while he is a dragon?
5. What do the people the group runs into on the island in Chapter 3 do after offering them something?
Short Essay Questions
1. What happens when the painting of a ship comes to life?
2. How does Lucy react when she first sees Reepicheep in the book?
3. What happens after Lucy gives the dragon a few drops of her cordial when she sees his leg is hurt?
4. What does Caspian have the Dawn Treader pretend to do at the end of Chapter 3?
5. How is the valley that Eustace finds himself in during Chapter 6 described?
6. How is Eustace described the first time he is seen in the book?
7. What does Caspian tell Edmund and Lucy regarding the nature of his journey?
8. What happens when the Dawn Treader sails into a storm after leaving the Lone Islands?
9. What does Eustace discover in the dragon's cave?
10. Why does Caspian refuse when Lord Bern asks if he will stay in the Lone Islands?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
One of the most dynamic and interesting characters in the book is Caspian. Part 1.) What might the author hope for Caspian to represent in the book? Part 2.) In what way does Caspian help portray the perfect king? Part 3.) What can we learn from Caspian's background that helps explain his actions in the book?
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
Examine the author's play on point of view in the book. What methods did he use to help define the characters better? What reasons did the author have for changing the book's point of view several times?
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