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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does More do when Norfolk talks to him after his exchange with Cromwell?
(a) Blesses him.
(b) Embraces him.
(c) Insults him.
(d) Strikes him.
2. What does More tell Norfolk it would be easier for him to change than his mind?
(a) His complexion.
(b) His age.
(c) His eye color.
(d) His name.
3. What does More say would cause him to quit as the Chancellor?
(a) If the bishops side with the King.
(b) If he is called as a witness.
(c) If Henry gets his divorce.
(d) If the Catholic church is thrust out of England.
4. Who wrote "In Defense of the Seven Sacraments"?
(a) Richard Rich.
(b) King Henry.
(c) The Maid of Kent.
5. Who introduces Act 2, Scene 1?
(a) The Common Man.
(c) The Plebian.
6. In what month does Act 2, Scene 1 start?
7. What does Cromwell think is the price of haughty men?
(b) Loss of stature.
(c) Fear of Pain.
(d) All of these.
8. How does Norfolk think the King should handle More's resignation?
(a) He should imprison him.
(b) He should leave him alone.
(c) He should force him back into service.
(d) He should send him to Rome.
9. The new church called a compromise of ______________.
(a) Modern culture.
(b) Scriptural accounts.
10. What does More tell Marget to do when she leaves him in the tower?
(a) Leave London.
(b) Change her name and appearance.
(c) Protect her mother.
(d) Sign the Act herself.
11. What does More say his refusal to sign the oath is a matter of when talking to Margaret?
12. What is Norfolk's title?
13. Who reads the case against More?
(d) The Common Man.
14. How much time has passed between Act 1 and Act 2?
(a) 1 year.
(b) 4 years.
(c) 2 years.
(d) 3 years.
15. What does Chapuys think will send a message of resistance?
(a) Some public executions.
(b) Catherine's public announcement.
(c) More's resignation.
(d) More public riots.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who is willing to corroborate about More taking a bribe?
2. Why does More agree that Anne's children are the heirs to the throne?
3. What does Norfolk tell Cromwell he wants no part in when they are discussing More's resignation?
4. What does Norfolk say More does not think about with his actions?
5. What does More say he does not plan to enter easily?
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