Swamp Thing Test | Mid-Book Test - Easy

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Swamp Thing Test | Mid-Book Test - Easy

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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. During Book Three, what does a police officer do after hearing about the destruction of a neighboring town?
(a) He destroys his house plants and kills his lawn with a toxic herbicide.
(b) He abandons his family.
(c) He goes into shock.
(d) He moves his family to the city.

2. Who brought the Swamp Thing to Washington D.C.?
(a) Abby Arcane.
(b) The man's corporation.
(c) The Floronic Man.
(d) Jason Woodrue.

3. What kind of horrors does Campbell mention that the population of the 1980s had to encounter?
(a) Tornadoes, earthquakes, sub-atomic particles.
(b) Bad haircuts, AIDS, cryogenics.
(c) AIDS, nuclear proliferation, and rises in missing children.
(d) Supervillains, AIDS, black holes.

4. What is Woodrue made of?
(a) Wood.
(b) Plant tissue.
(c) Daisies.
(d) Digestives.

5. Where are Abby Arcane and Matt Cable searching for Swamp Thing in Book Two?
(a) The Louisiana bayou.
(b) The New Orleans Penitentiary.
(c) Red Light District.
(d) Louisiana Main.

6. Why does Moore think fictional horror is popular?
(a) Fake horrors are funny.
(b) Real-life horrors are numbed by fake horrors.
(c) Real-life horrors become worse.
(d) Horror has a propensity to make people smile.

7. Whose file does Swamp Thing read after he regenerates and reawakens?
(a) Paul's file.
(b) Woodrue's file.
(c) The old man's file.
(d) Abby's file.

8. What happens to the three young men out on the bayou?
(a) They are told to go home.
(b) They get eaten by an alligator.
(c) They are strangled to death.
(d) Their sister finds them, instead.

9. What does Swamp Thing compare Floronic Man's character to in Book Three?
(a) A metastatis.
(b) A cancer.
(c) An organ.
(d) A chemical.

10. What does Woodrue do with the article he takes from Swamp Thing?
(a) He throws it away.
(b) He chops it up into tiny pieces.
(c) He hides it.
(d) He ingests it.

11. What does Swamp Thing do just in time after waking up from his dream state in Book Three?
(a) Regenerate.
(b) Catch the sunset.
(c) Save some snakes in the swamp.
(d) Save Abby Arcane.

12. What was the original story of Swamp Thing about?
(a) Alec Holland and Abby Arcane.
(b) Alec Holland and his wife.
(c) Mrs. Holland and Abby Arcane.
(d) Alec Holland and his cousin.

13. What does Woodrue believe about consciousness?
(a) That it can be regenerated.
(b) That consciousness is only a manifestation of the soul.
(c) That consciousness never dies.
(d) That it can be passed along by foodstuffs.

14. When was the idea of Swamp Thing first conceived?
(a) 1980.
(b) 1968.
(c) 1972.
(d) 1969.

15. What is the weather like during the murder of the old man?
(a) Sunny.
(b) Raining heavily.
(c) Sleeting.
(d) Snowing.

Short Answer Questions

1. Who is Swamp Thing battling against for his humanity?

2. What small town does the Floronic Man enter in Book Three?

3. What does Moore point out from the 1980s that he says permeated popular culture?

4. What does Woodrue wish to attain?

5. What comparison is drawn by Woodrue concerning consciousness and wise men?

(see the answer keys)

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