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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What terms does Martin not use to describe a play about the murder?
(a) Morality Play.
(b) written script.
(c) don't need verse.
(d) dumb show.
2. Which part of the Devil's Fool role can't Nicholas do?
(b) hand activities.
3. Nicholas committed adultery for:
4. The group arranges burial for Brendan with the:
(d) town priest.
5. Who does Stephen have a fight with?
(c) the innkeeper.
(d) a Knight.
6. In the road, Nicholas sees a group of people:
(a) removing the body of a dead man.
(b) performing a play.
7. What does the group finally do with Brendan's body?
(a) cover it with snow.
(b) place it in the cart and take it with them.
(c) bury it in a proper grave.
(d) cremate it.
8. What is going to take place in the town:
(a) holiday feast.
(c) sports games.
(d) King's Justice.
9. Brendan's body:
(a) begins to smell.
(b) was dumped.
(c) was left behind.
(d) was buried.
10. What does Nicholas do for the first time since joining the group?
(a) he expresses his opinion.
(b) he prays.
(c) he asks for money.
(d) he gives an order.
11. How much did each player receive from the proceeds of the play?
(a) two pounds.
(c) one shilling.
(d) two shillings.
12. What does Martin compare players to?
(a) a good jousting match.
(b) a priest before the altar.
(c) a lord before his king.
(d) a knight on a horse.
13. As Nicholas is falling asleep, what does Martin ask him?
(a) to play a bigger role.
(b) to go for a walk.
(c) to manage their money.
(d) to leave the players.
14. What is the role of Tobias in the Play of Adam?
15. How many people did Nicholas count in the group?
Short Answer Questions
1. What was the assignment Nicholas walked away from?
2. At first, Nicholas thought the group of people were:
3. What does Martin propose?
4. Who turned in Roger True's daughter?
5. What does the group do together?
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