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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Book 4, Canto 12 | Book 5, Canto 1.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Why does Timias not declare his love for Belphoebe after she heals him of his wounds?
(a) He is sure she is in love with another.
(b) He feels too low for her great standards.
(c) He fears the wrath of her father.
(d) He thinks she is too low for his high standards.
2. How does The Red Cross Knight rise to battle with the dragon a second day after being tossed aside wounded and almost lifeless after the first long day of battle?
(a) He lands in the Well of Life, which heals his wounds and gives him more power.
(b) Una brings a member of the House of Holiness to help heal him.
(c) He was only pretending to be lifeless so that the dragon would wear himself out in the battle and reveal his weaknesses.
(d) He is strengthened by a dream in which the Faerie Queene shows him the way to victory.
3. What does Blandamour suggest the prize for the loser should be in his proposed duel with Braggadochio?
(b) The broken spear.
(c) A week of servitude.
4. What does Marinell hear while wandering around the castle?
(a) An evil plot between two withces to destroy the wedding.
(b) A song telling him how to contiune on his quest.
(c) Florimell crying for him while in prison.
(d) His mother with Proteus.
5. Why does Mammon return Guyon to the surface?
(a) Guyon offended him.
(b) Mammon grows to like Guyon too much to tempt him and enslave him.
(c) Guyon did not submit to any of the temptations offered him.
(d) Guyon was disrespectful to Mammon's daughter.
Short Answer Questions
1. Why does Martinell refuse passage to Britomart on the beach?
2. How does Aretegall punish Sanglier for his actions?
3. In what mysterious way was Belphoebe's mother impregnated with her and her twin sister?
4. Why is Marinell so depressed?
5. Who is the messenger who delivers the engagement-breaking news?
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