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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. Why is the Judge-General not allowed to preside over the trial?
(a) Everyone knows he has already found Peter guilty.
(b) He will be acting monarch for the duration of the trial.
(c) He is related to the king.
(d) He is not a citizen of the kingdom.
2. What is revealed to Thomas that satisfies his urge to know more?
(a) Secret passages to the outside.
(b) Magic mirrors.
(c) Secret hiding places.
(d) Magic potions.
3. Which of the following enjoys spying on the king?
4. What reaction does Peter have when the first of the items he requested is delivered?
(a) He flies into a rage.
(b) He politely says "Thank you."
(c) He smiles for the first time in weeks.
(d) He cries.
5. What is used in an aborted plot to kill the queen?
(a) Food laced with arsenic.
(b) Fermented brandy.
(c) A poisoned dart.
(d) Poison from a deadly spider.
Short Answer Questions
1. Which of the following is the one person who remains loyal to Peter?
2. Which rooms are not searched while trying to uncover the murderer?
3. Who plots to bring ruin to the kingdom?
4. Who wants to kill the queen?
5. What animal is used to help frame Peter for murder?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why is Roland not concerned that his son wants to play with a dollhouse?
2. How does Flagg keep people from suspecting that he had anything to do with Roland's death?
3. What is most important to Sasha about Peter's upbringing?
4. What character traits are revealed in Peter through the incident with the horse?
5. Why does Flagg want to kill Sasha?
6. Why has Peter requested the napkins with each meal and that the dollhouse be returned to him?
7. How does Flagg frame Peter for the murder of Roland?
8. What are Flagg's motives in befriending Thomas?
9. What does Thomas do to attempt to win his father's favor?
10. What is ironic about Peter turning to Anders Peyna for help.
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