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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Part Six/Thirty-Two.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does Father Oswald refuse to grant Katherine after she confesses?
(b) A meeting with the Pope
(d) Annulment of her marriage to Hugh
2. 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 slaps her across the face
(b) He kisses her left foot
(c) He kisses her passionately
(d) He kisses her hand lightly
3. Katherine visits the Pessoner home only to be suddenly called away by:
(a) The Duke of Lancaster, who requires her presence immediately
(b) Geoffrey Chaucer, who needs her help editing his latest work
(c) The Duke of Yorkshire, who wants to meet her
(d) The king, who no longer cares for Alice Perrers
4. 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) Philippa and Geoffrey, who have no tact
(c) Alice Perrers, his mistress
(d) The Duke of Lancaster, who shows up unexpectedly
5. Who is now the master at Kettlethorpe?
(a) Robert Sutton
(b) Hawise's husband Jack
(c) Cob o'Fenton
(d) John Ball
Short Answer Questions
1. At Our Lady of Walsingham's shrine, what miracle does Katherine pray for?
2. Guy Pessoner visits Katherine and tells her that the king, Princess Joan, the archbishop, the treasurer, and a few other lords have hidden themselves in the tower because:
3. Why is Costanza eager to make a pilgrimage to Canterbury?
4. What initially saves Katherine and Blanchette from the mob when they break into the palace?
5. King Richard and his queen are about to travel through England on a goodwill tour to boost his popularity. Their visit to Lincoln will be their first in how many years?
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