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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 find occupying the bottom of the large valley he finds himself at in Chapter 6?
2. What does Caspian and Edmund see in the middle of a pool in Chapter 8?
3. What does Eustace find in a cave and puts it on in Chapter 6?
4. Who is the only person that is not happy once on the island in Chapter 3?
5. What does Eustace find himself surrounded on three sides by in Chapter 6?
Short Essay Questions
1. How are the sailing conditions described at the beginning of Chapter 5?
2. How is the small island where the Dawn Trader travels after leaving Dragon Island described?
3. What happens when the travelers encounter a group of rough looking men on the Lone Islands?
4. What do Caspian and Edmund witness when they go on land to a cliff overlooking a pool in Chapter 8?
5. What reason does the narrator give to explain why Eustace doesn't recognize the dragon living in the valley?
6. What does Caspian believe about the arm ring Eustace had put on?
7. Why does Caspian refuse when Lord Bern asks if he will stay in the Lone Islands?
8. How does Eustace say he was turned from a dragon back into a boy?
9. What does Caspian do when the governor refuses to pay back tributes for the last 100 years?
10. What does Eustace discover in the dragon's cave?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Discuss the role of Eustace's journal in the book. What role did the journal play in the telling of the stories on the Dawn Treader? What purpose did the author have for using this method?
Essay Topic 2
Arguably the most present theme throughout the book is that of Christianity. Part 1.) How is Christianity a common theme throughout the whole book? Part 2.) What lessons in morals and duty were taught in the book that mirrored the Christian faith? Part 3.) What purpose did the author have for setting such a religious tone in the book?
Essay Topic 3
Compare and contrast Edmund and Eustace in the book. What might the author hope for these characters to represent individually? How do these characters become similar at the end of the book?
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