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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 does the surprise visitor say about Margaret?
(a) She looks older than her years.
(b) She is lovely.
(c) She looks pious.
(d) She is a scholar.
2. Where does the Scene 6 take place?
(a) The London Bridge.
(b) Canterbury Court.
(c) The Tower of London.
(d) Hampton Court.
3. What does Rich do for the Duke?
(a) He is an announcer.
(b) He is a scribe.
(c) He is a servant.
(d) He is a librarian.
4. Why is Cromwell happy to hear about what would induce Rich to tell others of Cromwell's new position?
(a) He wanted a reason to get Rich in trouble.
(b) He knows he is honest.
(c) He knows he can combat this.
(d) He would have said the same thing.
5. Where is Wolsey sending what he has More to read when they meet?
Short Answer Questions
1. Why did the Pope refuse Henry's request to divorce Catherine?
2. What job does Cromwell say Rich would be good at?
3. How does More describe his meeting with Wolsey when talking to Chapuys?
4. What special permission did King Henry get for his first marriage?
5. What was the name of Henry's older brother?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Henry tell More when they are together alone in More's garden?
2. How does More respond to the complaints of the boatman?
3. Where does the Common Man say Rich died, and what are his feelings about this?
4. What does Alice say Norfolk hinted about while talking with her?
5. What does the Common Man say to the audience at the end of the book?
6. Why does Wolsey think a divorce for King Henry is necessary?
7. What did Bolt say More had the ability to do that most people do not?
8. What is Henry's main support for his divorce when talking to More?
9. What does Cromwell say has to be done to More to make the divorce possible, and what does Rich say to this?
10. Why does More not fear negative consequences from the King after his resignation?
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