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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. How do Martin and Nicholas gain admittance to Jane's cell?
(a) they accompany John Lambert to visit.
(b) they are refused.
(c) by paying the jailer.
(d) the Sheriff gave permission for the visit.
2. Nicholas is wearing:
(a) his priestly habit.
(b) ordinary clothing.
(c) a cloak from the player's costumes.
(d) beggar's clothing.
3. When Nicholas walks through the town, he sees:
(a) a man who had frozen to death.
(b) a beggar fighting a dog for an egg.
(c) two men fighting.
(d) a woman lying in the snow.
4. 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.
5. When the play resumes, Martin raises the question of:
(a) how did the Monk die.
(b) questioning the other monks.
(c) comparing the bruises on the bodies of the Monk and Thomas Wells.
(d) freedom for Jane.
Short Answer Questions
1. What did Springer and Straw learn at the castle?
2. What question does Lambert ask Nicholas:
3. According to Springer, who was traveling on the road on the day of the murder?
4. After leaving the room, Nicholas:
5. During the course of the performance, the players reveal:
Short Essay Questions
1. What information does Stephen learn?
2. When Martin begins the Prologue to the play, what does he explain to the audience?
3. What does Lord de Guise want from the players?
4. Why do the players feel they are in danger?
5. Why does Nicholas misrepresent himself as a representative of the King's Justice?
6. What does Nicholas explain about the Play of Thomas Wells?
7. Some of the players want to leave after the performance but Martin wants to stay. Why?
8. Where does Nicholas go after leaving the castle?
9. What happens when Nicholas is sent to give Last Rites to the dying Knight?
10. How did the players think they would deal with Lord de Guise?
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