Wicked Test | Final Test - Hard

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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 Fiyero tell Elphaba that he thinks Glinda has married?

2. What gift did Fiyero once send Sarima's sisters?

3. What was the room originally where Elphaba was living when Fiyero followed her?

4. In what wing of Kaimo Ko do Sarima and her children live?

5. What color is Elphaba's cat?

Short Essay Questions

1. Why does an old woman want Nessarose do something about a woodcutter?

2. What presents does Fiyero send to his wife and children and how does he send them?

3. What does Elphaba say about the Gale Force?

4. Why does Fiyero bring decorations for Elphaba?

5. Who gave Elphaba her broom and why?

6. What does Frex say about Nessarose's shoes?

7. Why is Fiyero in the Emerald City when he meets Elphaba?

8. What does Elphaba see when she approaches Colwen Grounds?

9. What is the room like where Elphaba lives in City of the Emeralds?

10. What does Liir say that a fish told him when he was in the fish well?

Essay Topics

Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:

Essay Topic 1

Elphaba and Fiyero become lovers. Why do they become lovers and how does their relationship end?

Essay Topic 2

Elphaba becomes known as the Wicked Witch of the West. What did Elphaba do to give her that reputation. Was she really a witch?

Essay Topic 3

Nessarose dies when a tornado drops a house upon her head. How does Nessarose's death affect her subjects? Does it seem that her death will improve or worsen the political climate in Munchkinland?

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