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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does Orien tell Birle without her even asking?
(a) That he has never married, nor does he have children.
(b) That he is married but has no children.
(c) That he hates his father for dying.
(d) That he never married but has one child.
2. When the Lord begins talking about unjust Lords, what does Birle begin to suspect?
(a) That the Lord might have committed treason against another.
(b) That the Lord might be the Earl's son.
(c) That the Lord might be the Earl himself.
(d) That the Lord might not really be a Lord but a Lord's servant.
3. What is put on Birle and Yul to identify them as belonging to Corbel?
4. What does Birle say in attempts to convince the Lord to take him with her on his journey?
(a) She says she knows the forest and what is in the forest is for eating.
(b) She says she is an excellent tracker.
(c) She says that she is desperate to escape from her home.
(d) She says she knows how to hunt better than any man and can feed him well.
5. What does Birle NOT think about as she and the Lord travel down the river?
(a) The life of an Innkeeper's daughter.
(b) The end of the journey and the parting.
(c) Her Da, brothers, and Nan.
(d) Her grandparents.
6. Where do Birle and the Lord decide to spend the rest of the night in Chapter 5?
(a) On shore.
(b) Back at the village.
(c) On the docks.
(d) In the boat.
7. When Birle begins to fear for their lives, what does the Lord promise to do?
(a) Kill her before she is kidnapped by men.
(b) Marry her.
(c) Keep her safe.
(d) Return her to her home safely.
8. The fact that the man who has stolen the boat has no beard lets Birle realize that he holds what position in society?
(a) A Lord.
(b) A married man.
(c) A farmer.
(d) A huntsman.
9. How do the brothers take the news of Orien being an Earl and the idea of the Kingdom?
(a) They believe him and realize they can hold him for a large ransom.
(b) They mock him and the Kingdom.
(c) They believe him and agree to set him free.
(d) They ignore him.
10. What does Birle suggest so that she does not have to part from the Lord?
(a) She says she will travel with him as a servant.
(b) She says she will travel with him as his wife.
(c) She says she will travel with him as his brother.
(d) She says she will travel with him as his sister.
11. How do the people of the village bathe in the winter, according to Birle?
(a) By standing in wooden crates.
(b) By sitting in metal tins.
(c) By standing in wine barrels.
(d) By sitting in tubs.
12. What does the Lord confess to Birle once they are safe from the dog and men?
(a) That he does not know how to wield a sword or knife as a weapon.
(b) That he is really terrified of dogs.
(c) That he fainted temporarily when the dog jumped on him.
(d) That he has never killed a man.
13. To whom is Orien sold?
(a) The mines.
(b) The middling man.
(c) Two craftsmen.
(d) The older man.
14. What aspect of human nature is exemplified by Birle in this first chapter?
(c) Brute strength.
15. What does the Lord call Birle every so often?
(b) Little One.
(c) Innkeeper's Daughter.
(d) Falcon's Child.
Short Answer Questions
1. The man's speech makes Birle think that the thief is possibly a what?
2. Who else do Birle and the Lord discover is out on the waters with them?
3. What story does Birle tell the Lord?
4. On the first evening, what does Birle attempt to request of the Lord?
5. What relation do Joaquim and Corbel have?
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