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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does Lord de Guise have with him?
(a) a note pad.
(b) a book.
(c) a falcon.
(d) his wife.
2. Who do they implicate for the murder in the play?
(b) the girl.
(c) the Monk.
(d) Lord William.
3. While walking to the chamber of the lord, they recognize the smell of:
(a) a decomposing body.
(b) the plague.
(d) cow dung.
4. How did the audience appear before the beginning of the performance?
5. What question does the character of Thomas Wells raise?
(a) how did the Monk know about the woman.
(b) how did the woman know of the purse.
(c) why was he killed.
(d) how did the Monk know about the purse.
6. How does Martin communicate with Jane?
(a) they speak together.
(b) they can't communicate.
(c) through her father.
(d) mime and gesture.
7. At the beginning of the performance, Martin tells the audience that:
(a) the play is not finished and has been postponed.
(b) the play is the play of their town.
(c) the play is based on Cain and Abel.
(d) the play was written in London.
8. What did Springer and Straw learn at the castle?
(a) there is a great deal of concern about a miscarriage of justice.
(c) they support the woman.
(d) there is no interest in the case.
9. After leaving the castle, Nicholas:
(a) goes to the inn.
(b) goes to the house or John Lambert.
(c) leaves the town.
(d) goes to the church.
10. What does Nicholas learn from the beggar?
(a) where to find John Lambert.
(b) the Monk left town in the middle of the night.
(c) the Justice is looking for the Monk.
11. During the play, Nicholas realizes that:
(a) Lord de Guise was the killer.
(b) they were doomed to be hanged.
(c) the players made a fatal error.
(d) it was Lord de Guise who did not want the body seen.
12. What do they rind in the chamber:
(a) their costumes and masks.
13. Who asked Margaret how they learned so many details of the crime:
(a) the sheriff.
(b) the innkeeper.
(c) the Justice.
(d) the mother of Thomas Wells.
14. Early the next morning, Nicholas lays there thinking of:
(a) the events of the last few days that brought them to this point.
(d) his Bishop.
15. What does Nicholas tell Lambert when he says he is a player?
(a) the people of the town are interested.
(b) the King's Justice wants more information.
(c) the players don't believe the Monk's story.
(d) the truth can be made known in a play about the murder.
Short Answer Questions
1. While the people in the room were fussing over the dead man, Nicholas:
2. What happens to Jane?
3. How do the players feel before the play?
4. While they are waiting for Lord de Guise, they:
5. Who is dying?
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