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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. In view of the upsetting conversation about Madelyne, what does Edmond suggest for Adela?
(a) Adela is sent to visit Catherine.
(b) Adela marries.
(c) Adela goes to the convent.
(d) Adela accompanies Madelyne to London.
2. After dinner, Madelyne finally realizes that Duncan reminds her of whom?
(a) Father Berton.
3. Before Madelyne knows what is to become of her, she makes demands and throws a jug of ale at whom?
4. Based on the message from the king, Madelyne thinks that the king wants Adela to marry whom?
5. Why does Duncan leave Anthony behind at the fortress when he is summoned to London?
(a) None of the above.
(b) Duncan wants Anthony to protect "his greatest treasure".
(c) Duncan wants Anthony to protect Madelyne.
(d) All of the above.
6. At the end of Chapter 20, what does Madelyne see as she looks out the window?
(a) Duncan returning to the fortress with his men.
(b) The full moon over the lake.
(c) The wolf climbing the ridge.
(d) Duncan returning to the fortress with only Gerald.
7. Madelyne prays for something for herself. What?
(a) A suitable marriage for Morcar.
(b) A safe trip home for Duncan.
(c) A good marriage for herself and Adela.
(d) The courage to face the devil.
8. Why does Duncan vow to go slowly, be gentle and speak softly to Madelyne after they retire to his chamber, on the night he gives permission for Gerald to live in the fortress until Adele consents to marry him?
(a) Duncan wants to force Madelyne to say on that night that she loves him.
(b) Duncan is wants a quiet evening during which he thinks about politics.
(c) Duncan wants Madelyne to regain her good humor so she agrees to make love to him.
(d) Duncan wants Madelyne to forgive him for upsetting Adele.
9. Who tells Gerald the truth about who rapes Adela?
10. In Chapter 13, what does Madelyne speak of in order to calm her mind?
(a) The wolf dog on the hill.
(b) The stories she learns as a child living at Grinsteade holding.
(c) The story of how she saves Duncan's life at Louddon's castle.
(d) A visit to her cousin's home in Scotland.
11. What personal item must Madelyne retrieve from under the table after dinner?
(a) Her rosary.
(b) Her hair ribbon.
(c) Her braided ribbon belt.
(d) Her shoe.
12. Why does Duncan try to rationalize his decision to marry Madelyne?
(a) He is embarrassed that he loves Madelyne.
(b) He feels guilty that he is using her to help his sister heal from her trauma.
(c) He feels guilty for taking Madelyne away from Gilard.
(d) He wants to believe there is a logical reason behind the marriage, not love.
13. Where do Madelyne and Duncan get married?
(a) In a chapel in the town where the priest lives.
(b) Under the stars and the moon.
(c) In London.
(d) In Grinsteade castle.
14. Why is Duncan surprised at being served at dinner?
(a) Because Madelyne trains Ansel to serve at the table.
(b) Because Madelyne declares that Duncan does not eat with her that night.
(c) Because Duncan never eats with the rest of the family.
(d) Because Duncan believes that soldiers have no use for good manners.
15. Why does Duncan have Madelyne write a petition to request the replacement of Father Laurence?
(a) Duncan cannot read or write.
(b) Duncan wants to show off his wife's superior penmanship.
(c) Duncan thinks the priest's injury interferes with his duty for long enough.
(d) Duncan objects to the priest's timidity and that he shirks his duty.
Short Answer Questions
1. How does the king die?
2. Duncan explains to Madelyne that on his land, all the trees are chopped down on the side of hills that face the fortress. What is the reason for trees being chopped down on one side only?
3. Why does the king believe Madelyne's testimony?
4. What do Madelyne and Adela discuss before they go to dinner with Gerald?
5. What does Gerald promise Adela so that she marries him?
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