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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. Why does Madelyne end up in the middle of the battle?
(a) She inadvertently directs the horse into the center of the battle.
(b) Duncan is too busy searching for Louddon to think of her safety.
(c) Louddon lures her into the middle of the battle.
(d) Duncan brings the battle to Madelyne.

2. Madelyn has a plan to escape from Louddon's castle to what location?
(a) Scotland.
(b) Her great uncle's home.
(c) England.
(d) A nunnery.

3. Madelyne says various things while delirious and Duncan informs her of these things when they are in what location?
(a) In the hall.
(b) His chamber.
(c) Her chamber.
(d) Outside.

4. Who wants to take credit for killing the Wolf?
(a) No one.
(b) Louddon.
(c) Baron Wexton.
(d) The vassal.

5. What is Duncan doing when Madelyne sees him out her window?
(a) Taking a ritualistic swim.
(b) Walking to the lake.
(c) Bathing.
(d) Dressing.

6. In her delirium, what does Madelyne tell Duncan about Louddon?
(a) Loudon is in love with her mother.
(b) Louddon sneaks into her room every night and stares at her.
(c) Louddon cannot read.
(d) Louddon does not like women.

7. In Chapter Five, why does Madelyne kick Duncan?
(a) Because Duncan turns his back on Madelyne when she is speaking.
(b) Because Duncan makes Madelyne cry.
(c) Because Duncan does not pay attention to her when she tries to tell him they may be attacked.
(d) Because Duncan wants Louddon to catch up with their riding party.

8. After the battle, when all of Loudon's soldiers are vanquished, what does Madelyne ask of Duncan?
(a) Madelyne asks Duncan to put out the fire.
(b) Madelyne asks Duncan to release the horses.
(c) Madelyne asks Duncan to let her show him the secret passage.
(d) Madelyne asks Duncan to kill her.

9. Why does Madelyne name Duncan's horse Silenus?
(a) The horse is silvery-white in color.
(b) Silenus means "stand still for me" in Latin.
(c) The horse is strong and silent.
(d) Silenus is the name of a god that is wild and untaimed.

10. Why does Madelyne prefer death to humiliation?
(a) Madeline is more afraid of rape than death.
(b) Madelyne is weak-minded.
(c) Madeline is more afraid of horses than Duncan.
(d) Madelyne is an excessively proud woman.

11. What is Madelyne doing while she tells tales to Adela?
(a) Cleaning and rearranging furnishings in Adela's bedroom.
(b) Lugging a tunk up the stairs.
(c) Cleaning and rearranging furnishings in Duncan's bedroom.
(d) Throwing dirty water out of the window.

12. While dreaming, who is the dream character that comes to her aid over and over again?
(a) Odysseus.
(b) Zeus.
(c) Father Berton.
(d) Polyphemus.

13. Why is Madelyne angry with Duncan after she uses the mace during the battle?
(a) Because she kills a man.
(b) Because afterwards Duncan slams her into the saddle in front of him.
(c) Because she thinks he puts her in danger intentionally.
(d) Because she is so fearful during the battle that she snaps.

14. In Chapter One, how is the captive intended to die?
(a) By the knife.
(b) By hanging.
(c) By freezing to death.
(d) From having his heart cut out.

15. Adela strikes someone by accident. Who?
(a) Duncan.
(b) Maude.
(c) Madelyne.
(d) Willie.

Short Answer Questions

1. What is hurled during family dinners in the hall?

2. When Louddon leaves his castle, in which direction does Duncan assume he goes?

3. Who teaches Madelyne to read and write when she is young?

4. Whose cast-off garments does Madelyne take in to make smaller?

5. Who wants to save Madelyne but is refused?

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