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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 does Merlin prophesies about Morgause?
(a) None of these.
(b) Joy and love for her and her child.
(c) Power for her and her child, but never joy.
(d) Death for her and her child.
2. What is Ector's wife's name?
3. What jumps into the water and swims across the lake in front of Merlin?
(a) A white wolf.
(b) A white cat.
(c) A white stag.
(d) None of these.
4. Who ensures that the king and Arthur rest before the feast?
5. Who stands on Merlin's right inside the chapel?
(a) None of these.
(b) Lot and his followers.
(c) Ector and Cei.
(d) Cador and his company.
Short Answer Questions
1. Why did Cador wish to find Arthur through Merlin?
2. Who brings Arthur forward to the altar in Part 4, Chapter 11?
3. Who does Cador hold captive when he approaches Merlin?
4. What announcement is made during the feast?
5. Who tells the people at the feast about the sword the god's have given to Arthur?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why does Arthur's absence from their double room bother Merlin? What does Merlin see in a vision?
2. How does Uther make the announcement during the feast that Arthur is his heir to the throne?
3. Why does Merlin feel that he can absolve himself of the guilt he carried for taking Arthur from his rightful upbringing?
4. What impact has the battle with Colgrim had on Uther's standings in the kingdom?
5. What reality hits Arthur as he finds out that he is Uther's son and Uther is, in fact, dying?
6. How does Ector react to Lot's protests after Uther dies following his abdication of the throne?
7. Why is Arthur disturbed to hear that Merlin has taken a vow of chastity?
8. What do the lords and commoners find when they reach the Perilous Chapel?
9. What does Arthur's child with Morgause symbolize? What does it mean for his kingdom? What does Merlin do?
10. How does Uther react the first time he sees Arthur on the battlefield?
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