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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 Nicholas tell Lambert when he says he is a player?
(a) the people of the town are interested.
(b) the truth can be made known in a play about the murder.
(c) the players don't believe the Monk's story.
(d) the King's Justice wants more information.
2. Who plays the role of Thomas Wells in the play:
3. After leaving the room, Nicholas:
(a) escapes from the castle.
(b) returns to Lord de Guise's chamber.
(c) returns to the room where they were staying.
(d) waits outside for his escort.
4. The play is ended by:
(a) Lord de Guise's men surrounding the players.
(b) Martin being killed.
(c) Margaret screaming.
(d) Tobias fleeing from the stage.
5. During the course of the performance, the players reveal:
(a) the corruption of the innkeeper.
(b) the sources of their information.
(c) their true identifies.
(d) the nature of Lord William.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Lambert say about his daughter:
2. How did the audience appear before the beginning of the performance?
3. Tobias and Springer cover their fears by:
4. Who is dying?
5. Who had the players mentioned by name in their play?
Short Essay Questions
1. What kinds of questions does the Justice ask Margaret?
2. What do the players do when the steward takes them to Lord de Guise's chamber?
3. Nicholas thinks over the events of the last few days. What does he blame for their predicament?
4. Where are the players taken when they arrive at the castle?
5. How do the players perform the play?
6. Why is the audience angry at the players when they learn of the Monk's death?
7. Why do the players feel they are in danger?
8. What do Martin and Nicholas learn at the jail?
9. What does Nicholas explain about the Play of Thomas Wells?
10. Why does Nicholas misrepresent himself as a representative of the King's Justice?
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