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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What is happening in the garden where Tristan and Laurent are led?
(a) The gardeners are working.
(b) Lexius and the sultan are having a discussion.
(c) The harem is dealing with Beauty.
(d) Servants are setting up a banquet.
2. What is used to lead the group of slaves down the corridor?
(a) A bar.
(b) A rope.
(c) A chain.
3. Who, in disguise, released Beauty from being tied up?
(a) The sultana.
(b) The sultan.
4. While Lexius talks with two male servants, what does Beauty hear?
(a) Female screams.
(b) Male shouting.
(c) Female laughter.
(d) Childlike singing.
5. Which three characters are foreshadowed to have a strange relationship?
(a) Tristan, Beauty, the master.
(b) Rosalynd, Beauty, Elena.
(c) Laurent, Beauty, the master.
(d) Tristan, Beauty, Laurent.
Short Answer Questions
1. What type of man approaches Beauty as she is bound in the chamber?
2. What happens to the male slaves after they enter the garden?
3. What submissive gesture do the slaves use when moving along the corridors?
4. Laurent shows the most interest in ________________.
5. What is the name of the master?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why does Tristan first feel that Laurent is disturbing the order of the sultanate?
2. Why is the tone of the novel inconsistent with the events?
3. What is the example of irony present in "The First Test of Obedience"?
4. Why does Laurent begin crying in the sultan's bedchamber?
5. What relationships can the reader expect to be explored in this novel?
6. Why does Inanna dress as a man to release Beauty from her constraints?
7. What does Laurent's immediate submersion into and acceptance of court life represent?
8. What type of life is Beauty used to?
9. What element of parallelism is present in "For the Love of the Master"?
10. After the sexual experience that Laurent and Lexius share, how do both men feel?
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