Honor's Splendour Test | Mid-Book Test - Hard

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This test consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.

Short Answer Questions

1. Who does Madelyne resemble?

2. According to Chapter Six, how does Duncan command Madelyne to wait during the battle?

3. What is Madelyne doing while she tells tales to Adela?

4. Who is prettier than Louddon's sisters, Clarissa and Sara?

5. How is the Wolf captured?

Short Essay Questions

1. What is meant by Louddon having a choice between greed and lust when it comes to Madelyne?

2. In Chapter One, how does the author support the idea that Duncan is a warrior before all else?

3. Why does Louddon decide to go after Duncan once he discovers the destruction at the castle?

4. Why does Duncan think that Madelyne helps Adela heal?

5. What information does Madelyne get from her conversation with Adela in Chapter 10?

6. What does Madelyne expect happens at the battle between Duncan's men and Louddon's men?

7. When Duncan and his men stop for the night for the first time after leaving the castle, what actions do they take to set up camp?

8. What is Madelyne's reaction to hearing that Duncan and Gilard are going to war because of a sister?

9. What is Madelyne's reaction to killing a man during the battle?

10. How does a new found friendship with Madelyne transform Adela?

Essay Topics

Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:

Essay Topic 1

One night Madelyne watches from her window as Duncan dives into the frosty waters of the nearby lake. It's also on that night that she first sees a large wolf on the hill near the castle. Duncan's reputation for being primitive and fearless leads to his nickname, the Wolf. Why is Duncan likened to a wolf from the very beginning of the novel? Which characters liken him to a wolf? What words does the author use to make Duncan seem wolf-like? Why does the novel end with Madelyne being saved from Louddon by the wolf? Compare and contrast Duncan with the wolf, both figuratively and literally. Provide examples from the book to support your conclusions.

Essay Topic 2

What does the author tell us about Morcar? What is his effect on the other characters in the novel, especially Adela, Madelyne, Duncan and Gerald? What does Duncan learn from Gerald's fight with Morcar on the battlefield? Why is Morcar in the novel? What part does he play in the romantic relationships in the novel, and in particular, the relationship between Madelyne and Duncan? What, if anything, does the author tell the reader about the consequences of evil deeds? Pick three ways that the author uses the character of Morcar to advance some aspect of the story. Provide examples from the novel to support your argument.

Essay Topic 3

During the novel, we find out that Madelyne experiences a difficult childhood and her life does not improve as long as she is under the thumb of Louddon. Yet throughout the novel, Madelyne's typical response to a difficulty is to show mercy, sometimes to a complete stranger. How and to whom does Madelyne show mercy? In particular, why does she show mercy to Duncan? How does Madelyne's merciful behavior affect Duncan and his brothers? Compare and contrast the the experience that Madelyne has with receiving mercy and giving mercy.

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