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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 Cromwell tell Rich his main job is for the King?
(a) To bend others to his will.
(b) To distract him from his worries.
(c) To make his divorce convenient.
(d) To make him feel important.
2. How are Catherine and the King of Spain related?
(a) He is her father.
(b) They are siblings.
(c) They are cousins.
(d) He is her uncle.
3. What does the Common Man complain about in his second role?
(a) His aching knee.
(b) The weather.
(c) His low pay.
(d) The late hour.
4. What special permission did King Henry get for his first marriage?
(a) He married a woman from another country.
(b) He married a pregnant woman.
(c) He married a woman older than he is.
(d) He married his brother's wife.
5. Which of the following are NOT looking for More in Scene 7?
Short Answer Questions
1. Who has More's daughter's suitor tried to pattern his life after?
2. How do most people view the new Chancellor?
3. Who will be most insulted if Henry gets his divorce?
4. What is the name of More's Steward?
5. Where was More when he could not be found?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Alice want More to do when she sees Will leaving, and what is More's response?
2. What does Norfolk ask More after his chain of service is removed?
3. What does More say when Norfolk begs him in the Tower to sign the Act of Succession?
4. What does Cromwell say will happen to More if he does not bless the King's marriage to Anne?
5. What does the Common man complain about as he takes More home in the boat?
6. Why does Will say he is worthy of marrying Margaraet?
7. What does the Common Man say to the audience at the end of the book?
8. What does Cromwell compare More to when discussing how to trap him with Rich?
9. What does More's steward say to the audience about the information he gave the men in Scene 6?
10. What does More say in his speech when he realizes he will be found guilty?
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