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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does the Disinherited Knight accept as a reward after the tournament?
(a) Eight zecchins.
(b) One hundred zecchins.
(c) Twenty zecchins.
(d) One thousand zecchins.
2. Which woman is chosen to preside over the next day's tournament?
(a) Lady Millicent.
(b) Lady Rowena.
(c) Lady Rebecca.
(d) Lady Ulrica.
3. Who does the Palmer say Bois-Guilbert has ordered to rob Isaac the Jew?
(a) His Muslim slaves.
(c) His guardsmen.
(d) De Bracy.
4. What causes tension between the Saxons and Normans at Prince John's banquet?
(a) Prince John's boasting about the superior Normans.
(b) Table etiquette.
(c) A language barrier.
(d) Differing manner of dress.
5. Who is the Disinherited Knight's messenger?
Short Answer Questions
1. Who does Prince John ask to toast a worthy Norman?
2. Where does the Black Knight attempt to find lodging?
3. What color horse does the mysterious knight ride?
4. What does Isaac ask for in return for meeting Front-de-Boeuf's demands?
5. Who chooses which woman will be named Sovereign of Love and Beauty?
Short Essay Questions
1. At Athelstane's castle, what are the twenty women in an apartment doing?
2. Who does Cedric want to marry Rowena and why?
3. What are Bois-Guilbert's aspirations, and what does he offer Rebecca in exchange for marrying him?
4. How is the scene outside Athelstane's castle described in Chapter 41?
5. What does Rebecca give to Rowena after her wedding? Where do Rebecca and her father go at the end of the story?
6. What tip does Urfried give Cedric before he escapes?
7. What does Ulrica say to Front-de-Boeuf as he lays dying?
8. Why do the people of England prefer King Richard over Prince John?
9. What does Rebecca realize as she spends time with Ivanhoe?
10. Who are Gurth and Wamba, and what do they discuss when introduced to the story?
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