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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. To whom is King Arthur metaphorically the most symbolic?
2. With whom is Guinevere having an affair in "The Last Tournament"?
3. At whose castle is Tristram's first wife being held captive?
(a) King Pelleas.
(b) King Mark.
(c) King Lot.
(d) King Pellam.
4. Whose ghost visits Arthur in "The Passing of Arthur"?
5. Who at the convent knows Guinevere's identity in "Guinevere"?
(a) No one.
(b) The nuns.
(c) The abbess.
(d) The porter.
6. Who tells the story in "The Passing of Arthur"?
(a) Sir Lancelot.
(b) Sir Belvidere.
(c) Sir Galahad.
(d) Sir Percivale.
7. Which of Arthur's knights has planned to overthrow him in "Guinevere"?
8. What does Ettarre send her knights to do with Pelleas in "Pelleas and Ettarre"?
(a) Kill him.
(b) Scare him away.
(c) Ask him to summon Arthur.
(d) Bind him and bring him in.
9. To whom is Tristram married in "The Last Tournament"?
10. Who taunts Tristram over his infidelity in "The Last Tournament"?
11. Arthur claims in "Guinevere" that men naturally seek wives who help them practice what?
12. Where does Arthur sit in the hall in the beginning of "Pelleas and Ettarre"?
(c) Sir Mark's castle.
13. Which knight, known as pure and just, speaks with the first person who saw the Holy Grail?
(a) Sir Lancelot.
(b) Sir Percivale.
(c) Sir Gawain.
(d) Sir Galahad.
14. In what month does Sir Percivale tell his friend the story of "The Holy Grail"?
15. To whom does Lancelot plan on giving the prize of the tournament in "Lancelot and Elaine"?
Short Answer Questions
1. What are the women whom Pelleas encounters in the wood doing?
2. Where does Arthur's final battle take place?
3. What had Arthur called Sir Percivale in his knighthood?
4. Who is engaged in battle with Arthur's forces in "Guinevere"?
5. What does Arthur plan on giving as a prize in his tournament in "The Last Tournament"?
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