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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 happens when Lucy reads a story that she finds very entertaining in the spell book?
2. Where does a woman appear before sunrise to address the travelers in Chapter 13?
3. What do the travelers see on the horizon that they change their course in order to intercept in Chapter 12?
4. What do the inhabitants on the island do much of when telling the group their story in Chapter 9?
5. 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?
Short Essay Questions
1. What happens to the people on the ship when Caspian orders them to their battle stations in Chapter 12?
2. What is the nature of the dark space the ship comes up on in Chapter 12?
3. What is the nature of Lucy and the Magician's interaction at dinner in Chapter 11?
4. How does the old man tell Caspian to wake the Lords that had been put under a sleeping spell?
5. How are the Duffers described the first time they are seen by Lucy?
6. How is the weather changing at the beginning of Chapter 13?
7. What does Lucy see beneath the water in Chapter 15?
8. What does Lord Rhoop tell Caspian the dark islands make happen?
9. What does Lucy do when she finds the magician's book?
10. How is the dinner set up by the invisible people in Chapter 10 described?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Eustace is an interesting character that shows great character growth and bravery in the book. Part 1.) What might the author hope for the reader to learn from Eunace's portrayal? Part 2.) How is Eustace transformed emotionally when he is turned into a dragon? Part 3.) How had Eunace changed from the beginning of the book to the end?
Essay Topic 2
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?
Essay Topic 3
A common theme represented in the book was the portrayal of personal growth of the characters in the book. Part 1.) Which character experienced the most personal growth in the book? Part 2.) What might the author hope for the reader to gain from the book based on the levels of personal growth experienced? Part 3.) What lessons might the characters learn in the future based on their growth in the book?
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