1. What is Orlando doing to a Moor at the beginning of the book?
(a) Stabbing him.
(b) Kissing him.
(c) Beating him at chess.
(d) Slicing his head.
2. How old is Orlando at the beginning of the book?
3. What does the author say is Orlando's only problem about his physical appearance?
(a) He is ugly.
(b) He is clumsy.
(c) He is short.
(d) He is fat.
4. What does the author say is Orlando's main hobby at the beginning of Chapter 1?
(b) Riding horses.
(d) Writing poetry.
5. How many pages of poetry does Orlando write while in his garden in Chapter 1?
6. Where does Queen Elizabeth invite Orlando to come serve her?
7. What does Queen Elizabeth find Orlando to be the picture of when she begins fancying him?
(a) A nobleman.
(b) A friend.
(c) A lover.
(d) A child.
8. What war does Queen Elizabeth not send Orlando to because she fears his good looks would be tarnished?
(a) The Polish war.
(b) The war of Spain.
(c) The English war.
(d) The war of Roses.
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