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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Why does Georgette leave?
(a) To get medical supplies to prepare.
(b) To get the microphone ready for Chantal.
(c) To go to the whorehouse.
(d) To let the rebels know of the plans.
2. How does the Queen respond when the Envoy says she is just a figurehead?
(a) She is tired of the power she has.
(b) She wants to go back to being Irma.
(c) She wants real power.
(d) She does not want to be the Queen any longer.
3. Why does Roger not want Chantal to go?
(a) He wants to be the leader.
(b) He loves her and is afraid for her.
(c) He does not trust her.
(d) He does not think she would make a good Queen.
4. Of what does the Queen remind the officials?
(a) When they first came to the whorehouse, they had a small seed of the power they sought truly living in them.
(b) They are all actors in a play and have no real power.
(c) Their lives will probably be cut short by the rebels.
(d) They cannot return to their old lives.
5. What has happened to Irma's room?
(a) It is flooded.
(b) It is covered in soot.
(c) It is on fire.
(d) It is ruined by explosions.
6. Who does the Queen accuse of engineering Chantal's death?
(a) The Bishop.
(b) The General.
(c) The Judge.
(d) The Chief.
7. What does the Envoy do with ribbons?
(a) He puts them in his hair.
(b) He gives them to the Queen.
(c) He honors the Chief with the ribbons.
(d) He pins them to his chest.
8. What does the Envoy say is the most important message?
(a) The voice.
(b) The laws.
(c) The image.
(d) The kindness shown to the people.
9. What story does the Envoy tell?
(a) A deliberately confusing story about how she is being kept hidden and occupied.
(b) The Queen's feelings on the rebellion.
(c) How he became the Queen's Envoy.
(d) Where the Queen has been sent during this time of war.
10. How is Chantal like the other officials?
(a) She craves power.
(b) She is loved by everyone.
(c) She is larger than life.
(d) She is protected by those that love her.
11. What do the Bishop and Judge believe they will become?
(a) The people they are pretending to be.
(c) Very popular.
(d) Tired of their roles as officials.
12. What do the Queen and Envoy do?
(a) Speak to the people.
(b) Come in and watch the Photographers at work.
(c) Go out for lunch.
(d) Stay on the balcony.
13. How does the Envoy introduce himself?
(a) As a man who has come to the Balcony to play a role.
(b) As a man who is deeply in love with the Queen.
(c) As the man in charge of the Queen's life.
(d) As the Queen's personal guard.
14. What does Mark tell Roger to do?
(a) Leave the country.
(b) Protect Chantal.
(c) Get Chantal's face on posters and billboards.
(d) Go to the Palace and fight.
15. Who bursts into the room?
(a) The police.
(b) The rebels.
(c) Mark, Luke, Armand, and Roger.
(d) Three Photographers.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is the ultimate end faced by anyone in authority?
2. What does the Chief feel occasionally?
3. What does this scene say about power?
4. What does the Queen do?
5. How long will the Chief's position be perilous?
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