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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Who does Pelleas find in bed with Ettarre?
2. Who originally drank from the Holy Grail?
3. To whom is King Arthur metaphorically the most symbolic?
4. At whose castle is Tristram's first wife being held captive?
(a) King Pellam.
(b) King Mark.
(c) King Lot.
(d) King Pelleas.
5. Where has Guinevere entered a convent in "Guinevere"?
6. Who is the one person to whom Guinevere talks in "Guinevere"?
(a) The altar boy.
(b) The abbess.
(c) A novice.
(d) The priest.
7. How does Arthur feel about the knights taking the oath to search for the Holy Grail?
8. In what month does Sir Percivale tell his friend the story of "The Holy Grail"?
9. What does Guinevere do when Arthur arrives at the convent in "Guinevere"?
(a) Runs to him.
(c) Runs away.
(d) Falls prostrate.
10. Whom does Arthur leave in control of the kingdom when he goes to war in "The Last Tournament"?
11. What does Arthur plan on giving as a prize in his tournament in "The Last Tournament"?
(a) An emerald necklace.
(b) A ruby necklace.
(d) A crown and scepter.
12. Who taunts Tristram over his infidelity in "The Last Tournament"?
13. Where does Arthur sit in the hall in the beginning of "Pelleas and Ettarre"?
(c) Sir Mark's castle.
14. Which knight, known as pure and just, speaks with the first person who saw the Holy Grail?
(a) Sir Gawain.
(b) Sir Percivale.
(c) Sir Galahad.
(d) Sir Lancelot.
15. How long are the knights bound to search for the Holy Grail?
(a) Three years.
(b) Two years.
(c) One year.
(d) Five years.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who wins the tournament in "The Last Tournament"?
2. Who at the convent knows Guinevere's identity in "Guinevere"?
3. What does Ettarre send her knights to do with Pelleas in "Pelleas and Ettarre"?
4. Who does Pelleas fight in the ending of "Pelleas and Ettarre"?
5. How many brothers does Elaine have in "Lancelot and Elaine"?
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