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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Part Four 1376 - 1377/Sixteen.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Hugh is initially suspicious as to why the duke has forgiven his debts. When Katherine reassures him that it must be the Duke's way of thanking her for taking care of the Duchess, how does Hugh react?
(a) He kisses her passionately
(b) He kisses her left foot
(c) He slaps her across the face
(d) He kisses her hand lightly
2. Why does Geoffrey send Philippa to stay at Kettlethorpe?
(a) So that she'll be away from the plague in London
(b) He needs to be alone in London so he can write
(c) He doesn't give a reason
(d) He has no money left to support her for the time being
3. The Duke goes into seclusion after Blanche's burial, permitting only this person to see him:
(a) Geoffrey Chaucer
(b) The king
(c) Raulin d'Ypres, his young Flemish body squire
(d) Hugh Swynford
4. Describe the condition of Kettlethorpe when Katherine first arrives:
(a) Beautifully manicured
(b) Dilapidated, abandoned, in need of repair
(c) Burned to the ground, smoke rising from its ashes
(d) A little shabby but nothing that can't be fixed in a week
5. Katherine goes to the Chapel to visit Blanches' body and finds the duke there. What does he tell her?
(a) He's giving Bolingbroke to the convent
(b) To leave
(c) To stay until he feels better
(d) He wishes he had caught the Plague so he could be dead with Blanche
Short Answer Questions
1. The Earl of March envies John, but thinks he has one strength and advantage that John does not:
2. Why does Katherine not hesitate to go into the plague-contaminated Bolingbroke?
3. How does the sword fight between Hugh and Roger end?
4. Hugh takes the drink from Katherine and soon thereafter dreams of the Kettlethorpe Pooka Hound with "fiery-red eyes." What does the Pooka Hound symbolize?
5. What worries Hawise about the affair between John and Katherine?
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