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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. As Katherine regains her memory of the moments before Brother Williams' death, she tells Dame Emma that it wasn't the friar's blood that drove Blanchette away, but probably:
(a) That he believes Katherine is a witch
(b) Madness, for she had been showing signs of it beforehand
(c) The size of the mob approaching them
(d) The revelation that he believed Katherine had murdered Hugh
2. The Earl of March envies John, but thinks he has one strength and advantage that John does not:
(a) He has fathered many bastard children
(b) The Earl is about to father a child who is closer to the throne than any of the Lancaster children
(c) He is a better swordsman
(d) He is expecting children with several royal women
3. Who sets the playful tone by dancing a dog on the table at Blanche's funeral dinner hosted by the king?
(a) Katherine, who thinks Blanche would have preferred a jovial funeral dinner
(b) The Duke of Lancaster, who shows up unexpectedly
(c) Philippa and Geoffrey, who have no tact
(d) Alice Perrers, his mistress
4. Whose husband leads the angry mob?
(a) Emma's husband, Guy le Pessoner
(b) Philippa's husband, Geoffrey
(c) Jack, Hawise's husband
(d) Costanza's husband, the duke
5. Why can't Katherine go home?
(a) She is sick with a bad cold
(b) She isn't given her usual five escorts, just three
(c) Hugh has banned her from Kettlethorpe
(d) She doesn't have either enough money or an escort for the journey
Short Answer Questions
1. After reversing the Parliament's measures, John still has two significant enemies:
2. Katherine goes to the Chapel to visit Blanches' body and finds the duke there. What does he tell her?
3. Where does Katherine take Geoffrey to tell him about the guilt she feels and everything she now believes has gone wrong in her life?
4. Why is Costanza eager to make a pilgrimage to Canterbury?
5. Katherine visits the Pessoner home only to be suddenly called away by:
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