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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. At the Pessoners, Geoffrey calls the hatred of the duke senseless and unjust. What does Katherine say about that?
(a) Katherine disagrees with Geoffrey because she too, now hates the duke
(b) She now believes it was God's punishment for her affair with John
(c) Katherine feels Geoffrey is being disloyal and unfair
(d) She completely agrees and wants to find a way to change people's minds.
2. After reversing the Parliament's measures, John still has two significant enemies:
(a) Isolda and Pieter
(b) Katherine and Costanza
(c) The Earl of March and Bishop Courtenay of London
(d) The King and the Prince of Wales
3. Who sets the playful tone by dancing a dog on the table at Blanche's funeral dinner hosted by the king?
(a) Alice Perrers, his mistress
(b) Katherine, who thinks Blanche would have preferred a jovial funeral dinner
(c) Philippa and Geoffrey, who have no tact
(d) The Duke of Lancaster, who shows up unexpectedly
4. John exits the obligatory mass for Blanche and encounters an angry mob who claim that:
(a) John owes them money
(b) John is not the king's son but the son of a French tailor
(c) John is not the king's son but the son of a Flemish butcher
(d) John is actually not English, but French
5. Whose husband leads the angry mob?
(a) Costanza's husband, the duke
(b) Philippa's husband, Geoffrey
(c) Emma's husband, Guy le Pessoner
(d) Jack, Hawise's husband
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Father Oswald suggest for Katherine?
2. Katherine visits her beloved Blanche's tomb. In the tomb, she hears Blanche's voice and decides:
3. What does Father Oswald refuse to grant Katherine after she confesses?
4. Where does Katherine take Geoffrey to tell him about the guilt she feels and everything she now believes has gone wrong in her life?
5. Why can't Katherine go home?
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