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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 does Miro learn of the piggies' plans?
2. What does the virus do when released to the people of Path?
3. Ender recreates Peter. What are Peter's ambitions now?
4. Why does Novinha refuse to speak to Ender after the meeting?
5. What story does Jane tell Han?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is ironic about Han's relationship with his daughter in this chapter?
2. What does Qing-jao do when Jane reveals herself as Han's namesake?
3. What makes Quim so confident of his safety around the piggies?
4. What troubles Ender about his children?
5. When Qing-jao discovers who Demosthenes is, what does she do?
6. What is the news Jane has that warrants waking up Wang-mu?
7. What is this new Peter's goal?
8. What do the girls think about this program?
9. Valentine is called to an emergency meeting. Who called her and what do they want with her?
10. What is Ender's response to Warmaker's actions?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Quim and Warmaker have a theology battle while Quim is subjected to the descolada virus. Name two points you found interesting in Quims' argument. Name two points you found interesting in Warmaker's argument. Do you think that Warmaker's actions were justified? Do you think it was worth breaking the treaty? Who do you believe put forth the better fight? Why?
Essay Topic 2
This novel suggests that the most individually fulfilled people are those who both engage in significant work, but also those who choose to nurture relationships with others rather than with their work. Do you agree with this statement? What do you think it the ideal balance, or is society today evenly balanced? Why and how? Is there anyone in your life that falls into either extreme, ie a workaholic or dedicated housewife? Report on what keeps them going on a hard day.
Essay Topic 3
How does social structure and morality prevent an ordinary person from creating a bloodthirsty mob? How could the same social structure be turned on its head and turn normal, good people into bloodthirsty murderers? Where do you think this may have happened in the past? How could it be prevented in the future?
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