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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What kind of cell does Beneditx retreat to?
(a) The top floor cell.
(b) Deeper and darker.
(c) One with a window.
(d) The cell in the basement.
2. What does Severo say settled the question about Palinor's knowledge of God?
(a) Beneditx's long conversations with him.
(b) His honesty and integrity.
(c) The fact that he is from another country.
(d) Amara not knowing about God.
3. What is Palinor doing when Fra Murta comes upon him?
(a) Resting in a hammock.
(c) Having sex with Dolca.
(d) Eating dinner.
4. What does Amara ask Josefa that shows she's thinking about more than what's in front of her?
(a) She asks if Josefa is married.
(b) She asks if they can find her sister.
(c) She asks what Josefa is thinking.
(d) She asks what's for dinner that night.
5. To what fire is Fra Murta referring?
(a) The fire that kills Palinor.
(b) The fire at the blacksmith's.
(c) The fire in the tavern.
(d) The fire in the next world.
Short Answer Questions
1. What do the people in Ciudad do when Palinor arrives?
2. What do Fra Murta's minions force Palinor to do?
3. Why does the inquisitor know he has Palinor?
4. What was unusual about Amara's birth?
5. What does Beneditx feel when he tries to pray?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Severo hope about Fra Murta?
2. Why are the nuns upset and what does Pare Aldonza say and then suggest?
3. Why is Severo looking on a map of the world?
4. What does Fra Murta ask Amara and how does she respond?
5. What does Rafal tell Severo and what does Severo do?
6. Describe Severo's dream and what he sees is the moral in it.
7. Why does Severo turn Palinor over to Fra Murta?
8. What does Fra Murta tell Severo about Aclar?
9. What do the nuns believe about Amara and what do they do about it?
10. What does Beneditx say to Palinor about his new knowledge of nonbelievers? What does Palinor say to him?
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