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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. Who manages to escape from the attack on the Saxons in the forest?
2. What is the name of Cedric's ward?
(a) Lady Rowena.
(b) Lady Arabella.
(c) Lady Rebecca.
(d) Lady Rose.
3. Who does Cedric hope to marry Rowena to?
(a) Robin of Locksley.
(c) Lucas Beaumanoir.
(d) Waldemar Fitzurse.
4. Who accompanies Front-de-Boeuf to talk to Isaac in Chapter 22?
(b) Prince John.
(c) Front-de-Boeuf's slaves.
5. Where is the Palmer invited to go?
(a) To see the castle's healer.
(b) To the kitchen for drinks.
(c) To travel with the Normans.
(d) To visit the chapel.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who chooses which woman will be named Sovereign of Love and Beauty?
2. How does Rowena displease Cedric in Chapter 3?
3. How many men attack the Disinherited Knight's messenger?
4. What activity are Prior Aymer of Jorvaulx and Brian de Bois-Guilbert traveling to?
5. What do the defeated knights NOT offer the Disinherited Knight after the tournament?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does the Palmer warn Isaac of Kent about? Where does the Palmer take Isaac?
2. How do the Black Knight and Friar Tuck make merry over their feast?
3. Who attacks the Disinherited Knight at the second day of the tournament? Who assists the Disinherited Knight?
4. Why does Cedric forbid Lady Rowena from appearing before the Normans?
5. When Bois-Guilbert boasts of the Knights Templar's superiority, what does the Palmer talk about?
6. Why does Rebecca return money to Gurth in Chapter 10?
7. What is the Disinherited Knight offered for his win in the tournament? What does he accept?
8. How does Isaac of Kent repay the Palmer's kindness in Chapter 6?
9. In Chapter 14, how does Cedric show his displeasure with his son? Why is Cedric displeased with his son?
10. What happens to King Richard as he is traveling through Europe? How does this affect the leadership of England?
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