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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Part Five/Twenty-Six.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. How does John suddenly strengthen his political position?
(a) He gives Costanza the freedom to divorce him if she wants
(b) He reverses the measures the Parliament recently passed, he frees Alice Perrers and prisoners sentenced by the House of Commons
(c) He changes the law so all couples can live in sin
(d) He vows to give England to Castile
2. Katherine visits her beloved Blanche's tomb. In the tomb, she hears Blanche's voice and decides:
(a) To leave everything and everyone and disappear without a trace
(b) To make a pilgrimmage to Our Lady Walsingham
(c) To go to Scotland and talk to the duke
(d) To make a pilgrimmage to Canterbury
3. After reversing the Parliament's measures, John still has two significant enemies:
(a) The King and the Prince of Wales
(b) The Earl of March and Bishop Courtenay of London
(c) Katherine and Costanza
(d) Isolda and Pieter
4. What does Father Oswald suggest for Katherine?
(a) Since there's no hope for her, she should continue living this way
(b) He thinks there's a slight chance she could change, so he offers her a job at this church
(c) True contrition: give up her '
(d) To cover herself in a black robe so no one will see her
5. Katherine goes to the Chapel to visit Blanches' body and finds the duke there. What does he tell her?
(a) To stay until he feels better
(b) He wishes he had caught the Plague so he could be dead with Blanche
(c) To leave
(d) He's giving Bolingbroke to the convent
Short Answer Questions
1. Where does Katherine take Geoffrey to tell him about the guilt she feels and everything she now believes has gone wrong in her life?
2. Whose husband leads the angry mob?
3. Why is Costanza eager to make a pilgrimage to Canterbury?
4. The Duke goes into seclusion after Blanche's burial, permitting only this person to see him:
5. John exits the obligatory mass for Blanche and encounters an angry mob who claim that:
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