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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. Over whom do the Knights begin to fight?
(a) Guenever and La Beale Isoud.
(b) La Beale Isoud and Margawse.
(c) Guenever and Margawse.
(d) Guenever and Morgan le Fay.
2. What does Morgan le Fay send to Arthur as an apology?
(a) She sends him a chalice.
(b) She sends him a cloak with precious stones.
(c) She sends a handwritten note.
(d) She does not send anything, rather curses him for his win.
3. Who heals Tristram?
(a) La Beale Isoud.
(b) Morgan le Fay.
(d) The King of France's wife.
4. What does he do to honor the land he has protected?
(a) He builds a church.
(b) He gives it to the peasants.
(c) He only plants a garden.
(d) He burns it and then plants a garden.
5. How does La Cote Male Taile prove he is worthy of knighthood?
(a) He protects Guenever from another knight.
(b) He protects Guenever from a loose lion.
(c) He write a good story.
(d) He wins a duel.
Short Answer Questions
1. Why does Sir Segwarides' wife not choose Tristram when he goes to find her?
2. What does Morgan le Fay give to Arthur before his battle?
3. Why does Morgan want to tamper with the sword?
4. Why is Gawaine jealous of Gareth?
5. What happens when Alice la Beale goes back to her castle?
Short Essay Questions
1. How do Launcelot and Guenever try to cover rumors of their love affair?
2. Where does Tristram move to and to what does he change his name? Why does he do this?
3. What plot is created against Launcelot in this book when he goes to visit the Queen?
4. What does Merlin predict about Arthur's actions?
5. Who is La Cote Male Taile? Who gave him his name?
6. Who is blamed for the fall of Camelot and why?
7. In book twelve, who needs to be christened?
8. What favor does the Lady of the Lake want from Arthur?
9. What is the irony about Launcelot and Queen Guenever's love?
10. Why does Meliagraunce call treason on the Queen?
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