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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. While walking to the chamber of the lord, they recognize the smell of:
(a) a decomposing body.
(b) the plague.
(c) cow dung.
2. What does Nicholas tell Lambert when he says he is a player?
(a) the players don't believe the Monk's story.
(b) the King's Justice wants more information.
(c) the truth can be made known in a play about the murder.
(d) the people of the town are interested.
3. How did the audience appear before the beginning of the performance?
4. The body of Thomas Wells indicated that he had been:
(c) well fed.
5. Nicholas notes that as the play beings:
(a) the audience booed.
(b) the innkeeper asked them to leave.
(c) the is a strange light.
(d) the players were concerned about the sheriff.
6. The players implicate:
(a) the girl.
(b) the Lord.
(c) the Weaver.
(d) the Monk.
7. In the play, Thomas Wells is portrayed as:
(a) running from the woman.
(b) running from the Sheriff.
(c) following the woman.
(d) walking with the Monk.
8. Lord de Guise wants:
(a) the girl killed.
(b) to see the play of the murder.
(c) the girl freed.
(d) the players to leave his domain.
9. Who had the players mentioned by name in their play?
(a) Flint, the Lord's steward.
(b) no one.
(c) Lord de Guise.
(d) Lord William.
10. In the play Nicholas plays the role of:
(a) the Monk.
(b) Good Counsel and Conscience.
(d) Thomas Wells.
11. Martin and Nicholas learn that two other prisoners are imprisoned for:
(a) accepting jobs with higher wages than Lord de Guise paid.
12. The play is ended by:
(a) Tobias fleeing from the stage.
(b) Margaret screaming.
(c) Lord de Guise's men surrounding the players.
(d) Martin being killed.
13. Martin's conclusion about the girl is that she is:
(a) he has no opinion.
14. The son of the lord, William:
(a) is boasting of setting up the woman.
(b) has been locked in his room.
(c) roams the village.
(d) is demented.
15. When Nicholas walks through the town, he sees:
(a) a beggar fighting a dog for an egg.
(b) a man who had frozen to death.
(c) a woman lying in the snow.
(d) two men fighting.
Short Answer Questions
1. Early the next morning, Nicholas lays there thinking of:
2. According to Springer, who was traveling on the road on the day of the murder?
3. What alerted the players to the beginning of the jousting tourney?
4. What do they do during the day?
5. What other question is raised in the play?
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