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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 not want the person to say the spell to make the invisible creatures visible again?
2. Where is Lucy sent up to after the travelers spend the night in a house in Chapter 10?
3. What is the name of the magician at the island the travelers visit in Chapter 11?
4. What happens when Lucy reads a story that she finds very entertaining in the spell book?
5. How many years does the woman tell the travelers that the men who were asleep had been on the island?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Lucy do when she finds the magician's book?
2. What does Ramundu say about the birds feeding him berries?
3. How do the invisible people say they need help with becoming visible again?
4. What is the nature of Lucy and the Magician's interaction at dinner in Chapter 11?
5. What happens to the people on the ship after Lucy prays to Aslan?
6. What does Lord Rhoop tell Caspian the dark islands make happen?
7. How does Reepicheep help the Duffers and cause them to change their names to Dufflepuds?
8. What happens to the people on the ship when Caspian orders them to their battle stations in Chapter 12?
9. What is the nature of Aslan's speech to Edmund and Lucy regarding Narnia at the end of Chapter 16?
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 concept of divinity as represented in the book. What is telling of the author's view of divinity based on his portrayal of Reepicheep?
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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