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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 reason does the magician say he turned his servants into what they deemed ugly?
2. How many members of their party does the old man tell the travelers they must leave at the place they must go to awake the men who are asleep?
3. What does the old man do to the travelers at the beginning of Chapter 14?
4. Where is Lucy sent up to after the travelers spend the night in a house in Chapter 10?
5. What do the previously invisible creatures rename themselves after Reepicheep has taught them to use their large foot properly?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Caspian tell Edmund and Lucy that Aslan told him regarding his wanting to go with Reepicheep in Chapter 16?
2. What happens to the people on the ship after Lucy prays to Aslan?
3. What is the nature of Aslan's speech to Edmund and Lucy regarding Narnia at the end of Chapter 16?
4. How is the appearance of the island the group visits in Chapter 9 described?
5. What does Ramundu say about the birds feeding him berries?
6. What does Lucy hear after casting a spell to hear what her friends think of her?
7. How does Reepicheep help the Duffers and cause them to change their names to Dufflepuds?
8. What does Aslan ask the Magician before leaving in Chapter 11?
9. What does Lucy hear when she stops to remove a stone from her shoe while on an island?
10. What does Lucy do when she finds the magician's book?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Examine the portrayal of greed in the book. What does Aslan's interference between Edmund and Caspian's argument over greed say about the author's feelings towards the subject?
Essay Topic 2
Compare and contrast the representation of good and evil in the book. What does the author hope for the reader to gleam regarding the differences in these two things and the consequences when they are mixed?
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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