74 pages 2 hours read

Lisa McMann

The Unwanteds

Fiction | Novel | Middle Grade | Published in 2011

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Multiple Choice

1. Which of the following best describes the treatment of the Unwanteds before they go to Artimé?

A) The Quills want to help them but can’t.

B) They are treated as citizens.

C) There is no discernible difference between the Unwanteds and everyone else.

D) They are shunned by family and friends.

2. Which best represents Authoritarianism in The Unwanteds?

A) Mr. Today’s harsh rules about the lockdown

B) The punishment for breaking rules at Artimé

C) The teachers’ refusal to train Alex because of Aaron

D) Quill’s strict consequences for creativity

3. What is the best comparison between Artimé and Quill?

A) Artimé is colorful and emotional while Quill is drab and emotionless.

B) Quill is calm and structured while Artimé lacks structure.

C) Artimé is callous toward Alex but the people in Quill are more understanding.

D) Both worlds have equally positive and negative qualities.

4. How does Alex’s own loneliness skew his perception of his brother?

A) He realizes his relationship with Aaron is the best thing he had.

B) He refuses to believe anything bad about Aaron.

C) He recognizes that his parents separated the two intentionally.

D) He mistakenly believes Aaron cares about him.

5. What initially prevents the bond between Aaron and Lani from growing?

A) Aaron becomes withdrawn when he is denied training.