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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Whose army is Arthur fighting in "The Passing of Arthur"?
(a) The Red Knight's.
2. Whose forces are defeated in the battle in "Guinevere"?
3. What does Ettarre send her knights to do with Pelleas in "Pelleas and Ettarre"?
(a) Scare him away.
(b) Ask him to summon Arthur.
(c) Kill him.
(d) Bind him and bring him in.
4. In what month does Sir Percivale tell his friend the story of "The Holy Grail"?
5. Who does Pelleas find in bed with Ettarre?
6. Whom does Arthur leave in control of the kingdom when he goes to war in "The Last Tournament"?
7. What color eyes does Ettarre have in "Pelleas and Ettarre"?
8. To whom is Tristram married in "The Last Tournament"?
9. What does Ettarre promise Pelleas if he wins her the prize of the tournament?
(a) Her kingdom.
(b) Her daughter.
(c) Her forgiveness.
(d) Her love.
10. What is the prize of Arthur's great tournament in "Lancelot and Elaine"?
(a) A diamond.
(b) A crown.
(c) A ruby.
(d) A scepter.
11. In what way does the Red Knight say his kingdom differs from Arthur's?
12. Arthur claims in "Guinevere" that men naturally seek wives who help them practice what?
13. Who arrives to take Arthur away on a barge in the end of "The Passing of Arthur"?
(a) Three queens.
(b) Three knights.
(c) The Lady of the Lake.
14. How many brothers does Elaine have in "Lancelot and Elaine"?
15. Where do the jousts take place in the tournament in "Pelleas and Ettarre"?
(a) Usk Holden.
Short Answer Questions
1. Which knight, known as pure and just, speaks with the first person who saw the Holy Grail?
2. How many knights accompany Ettarre everywhere she goes?
3. What is the prize in Arthur's tournament in "Pelleas and Ettarre"?
4. Who does Pelleas fight in the ending of "Pelleas and Ettarre"?
5. What is wrapped around the child whom Arthur and Lancelot find in "The Last Tournament"?
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