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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. Who does Aslan tell not to accompany Reepicheep on his journey past the end of the world?
2. What does Reepicheep teach the previously invisible creatures to do on their large foot?
3. What do the previously invisible creatures rename themselves after Reepicheep has taught them to use their large foot properly?
4. What does the sea water do to the appetites of the travelers?
5. What do the travelers see on the horizon that they change their course in order to intercept in Chapter 12?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Caspian say the boat is able to travel without wind when going towards the end of the world?
2. What happens to the people on the ship after Lucy prays to Aslan?
3. How does the old man act toward the group from the ship at the beginning of Chapter 14?
4. What is the nature of Aslan's speech to Edmund and Lucy regarding Narnia at the end of Chapter 16?
5. How do the invisible people say they need help with becoming visible again?
6. What is the nature of the dark space the ship comes up on in Chapter 12?
7. How is the dinner set up by the invisible people in Chapter 10 described?
8. What happens when the group on the ship find a feast set in Chapter 13?
9. What does Aslan tell Lucy regarding her friend in Chapter 10?
10. How is the appearance of the island the group visits in Chapter 9 described?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Discuss the role of adventure in the book. What might the author hope for adventure to represent to the characters in the book?
Essay Topic 2
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 3
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?
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