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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. 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.
2. What symbolizes the emptiness of power?
(a) The balcony.
(b) The country.
(c) The Palace.
(d) The whorehouse.
3. Who does the Chief say shot Chantal?
(a) The Rebels.
(b) The Judge.
(c) The General.
(d) The Queen.
4. Why does Georgette leave?
(a) To get medical supplies to prepare.
(b) To let the rebels know of the plans.
(c) To get the microphone ready for Chantal.
(d) To go to the whorehouse.
5. What does Louis say Roger is imagining?
(a) An ideal revolution carried out reasonably and efficiently.
(b) Life when the rebellion is over.
(c) His life without the rebel cause.
(d) His role in the rebellion.
6. What story does the Envoy tell?
(a) How he became the Queen's Envoy.
(b) The Queen's feelings on the rebellion.
(c) Where the Queen has been sent during this time of war.
(d) A deliberately confusing story about how she is being kept hidden and occupied.
7. Around what has the revolution mobilized?
(a) Images of Chantal.
(b) The explosion at the Palace.
(c) Roger as the leader.
(d) Their success in forcing the Queen into hiding.
8. How does the Envoy introduce himself?
(a) As the Queen's personal guard.
(b) As a man who is deeply in love with the Queen.
(c) As a man who has come to the Balcony to play a role.
(d) As the man in charge of the Queen's life.
9. What will Chantal do once the Palace is captured?
(a) Go out on the balcony and sing to inspire the people.
(b) Become the leader of the rebels.
(c) Play the role of the Queen.
(d) Go back to the whorehouse.
10. What do they realize about the explosion?
(a) It is from the authorities, not the rebellion.
(b) It is far away.
(c) It is at the palace.
(d) It is minor.
11. Why do the officials say they are consolidating their own power?
(a) To show the people that they are one governing body.
(b) So they each have less responsibility.
(c) So that the Chiefs will not overwhelm them.
(d) So they will be more powerful than anyone else.
12. What does Chantal say she will be doing when she sings for the crowd?
(a) Encouraging a sense of peace and calm.
(b) Leading the rebels.
(c) Saying "I love you" to Roger.
(d) Inspiring them.
13. The authorities are planning to follow the usual pattern of what?
(a) Using double-agents.
(b) Spying on the rebels.
(c) Using the rebellion to enhance their own power.
(d) Attack and run.
14. Where has the Queen's staff managed to get to?
(a) The Grand Balcony.
(b) Into a boat to escape.
(d) On to a train.
15. From where has news come?
(a) The Central Committee.
(b) From the Queen's Envoy.
(c) From the rebel soldiers.
(d) From the Queen.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who appears?
2. What does the Queen do?
3. What has happened to the Palace?
4. What do the other officials tell the Chief?
5. Who does Louis believe Roger should love?
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