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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 is trying to secure a loan from the Jews of York?
(c) Prince John.
2. What does Isaac ask for in return for meeting Front-de-Boeuf's demands?
(a) That the Saxons be freed.
(b) That he be allowed to leave England.
(c) That Front-de-Boeuf provide Rebecca with medicine.
(d) That King Richard's life is spared.
3. Who does the mysterious knight challenge to mortal combat?
(a) Brian de Bois-Guilbert.
(c) Prince John.
4. What does Athelstane worry about while being held prisoner?
(a) Whether he will have a comfortable place to sleep.
(b) What he will be fed.
(c) Whether his property will be stolen.
(d) What will become of Rowena.
5. Who wins the archery contest?
(a) Robin of Locksley.
(b) The Black Knight.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is Cedric's son named?
2. What is De Bracy dressed as when Fitzurse runs into him in Chapter 15?
3. Why does Prince John cancel the third day of the tournament?
4. What job does Prince John offer the archery contest winner?
5. Who directs the horsemen to the location where they want to go in Chapter 2?
Short Essay Questions
1. Describe the mysterious knight who enters into the tournament?
2. In Chapter 16, where does the Black Knight seek lodging for the night?
3. Who does Prince John take seats from at the tournament?
4. Who are Gurth and Wamba, and what do they discuss when introduced to the story?
5. Why does Rebecca return money to Gurth in Chapter 10?
6. What is the Disinherited Knight offered for his win in the tournament? What does he accept?
7. What sparks Front-de-Boeuf's momentary sympathy for Isaac in Chapter 22?
8. What does De Bracy tell Rowena to convince her to marry him?
9. How do the Black Knight and Friar Tuck make merry over their feast?
10. What does Front-de-Boeuf demand of Isaac, and with what torture does he threaten Isaac?
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