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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. Who is Tristan in love with?
(a) The king.
(c) His master.
2. What does Beauty realize carries no weight in her life as a slave?
3. Which of the following fears are shown when Beauty sees the women in the courtyard?
(a) Pleasuring a large number of people.
(b) Meeting new people.
(c) Being sexually aroused.
(d) Being forced into engaging in sexual intercourse.
4. What is happening in the garden where Tristan and Laurent are led?
(a) Lexius and the sultan are having a discussion.
(b) Servants are setting up a banquet.
(c) The gardeners are working.
(d) The harem is dealing with Beauty.
5. What does Beauty realize, in horror, that human are used as for the sultan?
(d) Sex slaves.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is the name of the woman with curly black hair that is considered very attractive?
2. What is the next process that the slaves have to go through after the master talks to them?
3. Despite their situation, what do the slaves desire?
4. According to Beauty, what type of life feels most natural to her?
5. How does Laurent feel about being punished in front of the village?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Laurent's immediate submersion into and acceptance of court life represent?
2. After the sexual experience that Laurent and Lexius share, how do both men feel?
3. What happens when the ship anchors?
4. After his sentence serving as a pony is over, what becomes of Laurent?
5. How does Beauty show that she has not adjusted to royal life?
6. Describe the language used in reference to sexuality.
7. What are the similarities and differences between the animalistic treatment in the sultanate and the queendom?
8. What was the Claiming of Sleeping Beauty about?
9. Why do you think Beauty is placed on the ship?
10. Describe Beauty's emotions when she sees the harem on the other side of the wall.
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