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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 Wolsey call the English Ambassador when talking to More?
(a) A stalwart.
(b) A fool.
(c) A red herring.
(d) A ninny.
2. What was created after Cranmer was appointed?
(a) The Divorce Court.
(b) The Church of the United Kingdom.
(c) The Anglican Religion.
(d) The Church of England.
3. What does Rich do when More enters Scene 6?
(a) Get flushed and embarrassed.
(b) Runs out.
(c) Embraces him.
4. What does Wolsey say More needs more of to be a great statesman?
(a) Moral integrity.
(b) Common sense.
5. What special permission did King Henry get for his first marriage?
(a) He married his brother's wife.
(b) He married a woman from another country.
(c) He married a pregnant woman.
(d) He married a woman older than he is.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does More say his daughter's suitor must do before he marries his daughter?
2. Who does the surprise visitor apologize to for his intrusion?
3. What author has Richard been reading at the beginning of the book?
4. Why does Richard say he wants the bribe that was given to More?
5. What is Chapuys's occupation?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Wolsey tell More he must do before he can be a great statesman?
2. How does More respond to the complaints of the boatman?
3. What does Alice say Norfolk hinted about while talking with her?
4. What does the Common Man say to the audience at the end of the book?
5. What does the Common Man say is the one bad thing about More as a Chancellor?
6. How does Rich feel about More's suggestion that he be a teacher, and why does he feel this way?
7. What was Wolsey charged with before his death, and why?
8. According to Chapuys, what has the divorce caused the church? What does he want done about it?
9. How did More trust in the law when he rejected the King's demands?
10. Why does More say he can't accept money from the bishops?
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