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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 discovers the changes in the godspoken?
2. Who writes as Locke?
3. What does Miro's brother Quim do for a living?
4. Who gets spoken to by the gods?
5. How does she become aware that the gods are speaking to her?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Jiang-qing believe is particularly responsible for Han's doubt of the gods?
2. What complicates this debate between Grego and Ela?
3. Why does Jane believe that Qing-jao will succeed at her woman's task?
4. What does she remember that gives her hope?
5. What does Qing-jao realize about the common people as a result of Wang-mu?
6. What does Han explain to his daughter about caste?
7. What is significant about Miro and Jane's conversation?
8. Jane realizes that Qing-jao is getting close. How does she believe she can get her to stop?
9. Why does Jane reveal herself to Valentine?
10. What or who does Qing-jao believe is responsible for the disappearance of the Lusitania fleet?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Difficult decisions are never easy to make. Which challenge to you seemed most difficult for Ender to solve? Compare and contrast it to your most difficult problem. Can you compare them? If not, contrast them. Which task is actually more formidable?
Essay Topic 2
What is Ender's argument about free will? Do you think this is an airtight argument? Why or why not? Come up with your own argument for the origin of human nature and free will. Where did it come from? Is it possible to control? Explain.
Essay Topic 3
Ender creates copies of his brother and his sister, but also of Miro while the theory of faster than light speed is being tested. Why do you think that this happens? What does this say about Ender? What do Ender's conjurations of his sister and brother reflect about the way he thinks about them?
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