1. What is the poet's story?
(a) The freeing of Jerusalem by Buddhists.
(b) The freeing of Jerusalem by Muslims.
(c) The freeing of Jerusalem by Christians.
(d) The freeing of Jerusalem by Pagans.
2. Whose help does the poet invoke?
(a) Various gods.
(b) His friends.
(d) Poetic muses.
3. At whom does God look down?
(a) Several Christian heroes.
(b) Several saints.
(c) Several angels.
(d) Several ordinary Christians.
4. To whom does God send the Angel Gabriel?
5. What does Gabriel tell this holy man?
(a) The time has come for Jerusalem to fight for itself.
(b) It is time to accept others and to not judge those he does not understand.
(c) The time has come for him to kill all who are not followers of Christ.
(d) The time has come for him to gather the Christian lords of Europe and free Jerusalem.
6. To whom does this holy man send messengers?
(a) His family.
(b) His enemies.
(c) His allies.
(d) The Muslims.
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