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1.) b

2.) a

3.) c

4.) b

5.) b

6.) b

7.) c

8.) c

9.) c

10.) c

11.) c

12.) b

13.) a

14.) a

15.) c


1. How are the various characters in the novel illustrative of the dark versus light conflict?

2. How is the dark versus light conflict presented in the novel?

3. How is religious imagery used throughout the novel?

4. Why are Will and Jim such different characters given they’ve been raised in almost identical situations?

5. Why is Charles so distracted throughout the novel?

6. Does age truly matter in terms of happiness?

7. Why is Dark so evil?

8. How is the cure for evil ironic?

9. Why are people attracted to the carnival?

10. Does Dark have accidents with the people he lures to the carnival, or does he create the accidents?

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