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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. Who else does the older man buy?
(a) The boy.
2. What does Yul do when Ker tries to fondle Birle?
(b) Strangles him.
(c) Kicks him.
(d) Rams into him.
3. What does Birle end up doing as she and the Lord are hiding under their cloaks on the boat?
(a) Fall asleep.
(b) Recite poetry.
(c) Hum to herself.
(d) Sing softly.
4. 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 huntsman.
(b) A farmer.
(c) A married man.
(d) A Lord.
5. Where do Birle and the Lord decide to spend the rest of the night in Chapter 5?
(a) On the docks.
(b) Back at the village.
(c) On shore.
(d) In the boat.
Short Answer Questions
1. What happened to Birle's mother?
2. Soon after they begin walking, what do Birle and the Lord find?
3. Who else do Birle and the Lord discover is out on the waters with them?
4. What does Birle confess to having done back at the Inn?
5. What is Birle forced to do to protect the Lord?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why did Birle used to shirk from her inn duties?
2. Describe Ker and Torson's treatment of Orien and Birle.
3. What do the stranger and Birle discover about each other now that there is light, and how is it different from their initial impressions?
4. What information do we finally learn about the Lord in Chapter 7? Why did he not reveal his identity sooner?
5. Briefly describe what happened with the woman Orien loved.
6. Describe Corbel's initial appearance and his character.
7. In the beginning of Chapter 2, the mysterious man is asleep while Birle lies awake, yet she is unafraid. What makes her not fear this man?
8. Name a few differences in lifestyle between Birle and Orien that they mention.
9. Briefly describe the discussion about Doubt that the Lord and Birle have.
10. Why does Orien pretend to be like Ker and Torson when the brothers begin to look at Birle as a woman?
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