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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. After signing truce agreements with Scotland, the duke suddenly learns he cannot:
(a) Live with Katherine anywhere in the kingdom
(b) Re-enter England.
(c) Re-enter Castile
2. Where does Katherine feel she should now return?
(a) Swynford, her husband's home
(b) Sheppey, the convent
(c) Savoy, to rebuild it
3. What does Father Oswald suggest for Katherine?
(a) To cover herself in a black robe so no one will see her
(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) Since there's no hope for her, she should continue living this way
4. Where is Costanza while the duke and Katherine publicly travel around England together?
(a) In Hertford
(b) In Stratford-Upon-Avon
(c) In Paris
(d) In Castile
5. Who tries to help Katherine and Blanchette escape from the angry mobs?
(a) Brother William
(b) The Earl of March
(c) The Duke of Lancaster
(d) Princess Joan
6. In a conversation with Katherine, Brother William tells her that Pieter and the two monks have been banished to Cyprus. He also tells her to:
(a) Get on the next ship to anywhere because there's a reward for her head
(b) Give up her love for John because he foresees it ending in disaster
(c) Find a way to convince the king to allow unmarried couples to live without shame
(d) Give up her love for John because he's really in love with Costanza
7. According to the Baron de la Pole, what two things did the duke do for Katherine to express his everlasting love and respect for her?
(a) He became celibate and stopped drinking
(b) He built the Chapel to Saint Catherine and he never publicly renounced her as was rumored
(c) He built the women's college of Saint Catherine and established a convent in her name
(d) He cut off the finger on which he wore her ring and never kissed another woman
8. Where is the trial of John Wyclef held, and why there?
(a) Savoy Castle, as John insisted on having it on his territory
(b) St. Paul's Cathedral, as huge crowds are attending
(c) Wembley Stadium, since it's large enough to hold the massive crowds
(d) Windsor Castle, since it's large enough for the throngs attending
9. Katherine stays in a pilgrim hotel in Waltham. She hears the king will be arriving and hopes:
(a) That he doesn't recognize her
(b) That he will bring her back into the royal fold
(c) That the Duke of Lancaster will be with him
(d) That he has seen Blanchette
10. While staying at the Pessoners' home for her safety, Katherine discovers that Hawise's husband is gathering arms to do what?
(a) To give to the Cantons
(b) To give to the French
(c) Use against the duke
(d) Practice shooting
11. John Ball leads mobs across England, demanding the heads of:
(a) Simon Sudbury, the Bishop, Robert Hales, the Treasurer, and John of Gaunt, the Duke of Lancaster
(b) Brother William and Katherine Swynford
(c) Katherine Swynford and Costanza, Queen of Castile
(d) The Earl of March and Brother William
12. What does John realize is causing his insanity?
(a) He still has no idea. He thinks he's fine and that everyone around him has some silly idea he's crazy
(b) The women in his life
(c) Deep grief from childhood. Isolda promised him she wouldn't leave him then died
(d) His lack of war victories
13. 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) The revelation that he believed Katherine had murdered Hugh
(c) The size of the mob approaching them
(d) Madness, for she had been showing signs of it beforehand
14. When John Beaufort comes to see Katherine, he brings with him a letter from his father. On it is a seal which indicates:
(a) John is indeed the son of a Flemish man
(b) John has redesigned his coat of arms to indicate his greater wealth
(c) John is no longer the King of Castile
(d) John is now King of Italy
15. At the Pessoners, Geoffrey calls the hatred of the duke senseless and unjust. What does Katherine say about that?
(a) She completely agrees and wants to find a way to change people's minds.
(b) Katherine disagrees with Geoffrey because she too, now hates the duke
(c) She now believes it was God's punishment for her affair with John
(d) Katherine feels Geoffrey is being disloyal and unfair
Short Answer Questions
1. Katherine tries to get John to reveal the root of his fear. When he feels he can completely trust her with what is troubling him, he says her:
2. What is the main message or theme of this chapter?
3. Where does Richard die?
4. Suddenly, Blanchette becomes ill for a month. Who looks after her during her illness?
5. Although Wat the tiler dresses up for his meeting with the king and tries to befriend the king, the king's squire calls Wat, "the greatest knave and robber in all Kent" because he shows no respect for the king. What happens to Wat after the squire's statement?
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