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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. When the play resumes, Martin raises the question of:
(a) freedom for Jane.
(b) how did the Monk die.
(c) comparing the bruises on the bodies of the Monk and Thomas Wells.
(d) questioning the other monks.
2. Early the next morning, Nicholas lays there thinking of:
(a) his Bishop.
(b) the events of the last few days that brought them to this point.
3. How do the players feel before the play?
4. Nicholas represents himself to John Lambert as:
(a) a priest.
(b) a beggar.
(c) a representative of the Monk.
(d) a representative of the King's Justice.
5. During the course of the performance, the players reveal:
(a) their true identifies.
(b) the corruption of the innkeeper.
(c) the sources of their information.
(d) the nature of Lord William.
6. What question does the character of Thomas Wells raise?
(a) how did the woman know of the purse.
(b) how did the Monk know about the woman.
(c) why was he killed.
(d) how did the Monk know about the purse.
7. What does Nicholas say of Martin:
(a) Martin was the cause of their problem.
(b) Martin deserted the group.
(c) Martin gave up on saving the girl.
(d) that Martin was stricken with love for the girl.
8. Nicholas is wearing:
(a) beggar's clothing.
(b) his priestly habit.
(c) a cloak from the player's costumes.
(d) ordinary clothing.
9. What other question is raised in the play?
(a) why was the woman on the road.
(b) why was the boy on the road.
(d) why was the Monk on the road.
10. What does Nicholas blame for their problems?
11. How does Stephen arrive for the play's performance?
(d) he doesn't show for the performance.
12. Martin and Nicholas learn that two other prisoners are imprisoned for:
(a) accepting jobs with higher wages than Lord de Guise paid.
13. Who asked Margaret how they learned so many details of the crime:
(a) the sheriff.
(b) the innkeeper.
(c) the mother of Thomas Wells.
(d) the Justice.
14. What does Nicholas tell Lambert when he says he is a player?
(a) the King's Justice wants more information.
(b) the people of the town are interested.
(c) the players don't believe the Monk's story.
(d) the truth can be made known in a play about the murder.
15. What do they do during the day?
(a) practice their performance.
(b) make up alibis.
(d) watch the jousting match from the window.
Short Answer Questions
1. What alerted the players to the beginning of the jousting tourney?
2. Who do they implicate for the murder in the play?
3. While walking to the chamber of the lord, they recognize the smell of:
4. During the play, Nicholas realizes that:
5. The body of Thomas Wells indicated that he had been:
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