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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. Sir George Douglas writes an anonymous letter to Queen Catherine that ___________________ should be invited to court.
(a) The Duke of Cornwall.
(b) Richard, Lord Culter.
(c) The Earl of Strathearn.
(d) Crawford of Lymond.
2. Sir George thinks that the would-be assassin is a member of ___________________.
(a) An underground group.
(b) The British monarchy.
(c) The Scottish guard.
(d) The French court.
3. Mary de Guise had been the bride of King James V of which country?
4. Who is Robin Stewart?
(a) An English prince.
(b) A Scottish archer.
(c) A French knight.
(d) An Irish troubador.
5. What city is crowded waiting for the arrival of the King?
Short Answer Questions
1. O'LiamRoe is attacked by a man named Cornishman who is a ___________________.
2. How does the leveret die?
3. Jenny Fleming has come to view a plaster ________________.
4. Which of the following does NOT get caught in a cage on the court's journey?
5. The courtiers stay for an evening in Neuve at the chateau of ___________________.
Short Essay Questions
1. What raucous and wild activities as mentioned in the riddle take place in this chapter?
2. Who is Jenny Fleming? How is her daughter more like the mother in this relationship?
3. How does the steeplechase end?
4. Who saves the ship when it crashes into another ship called the Gouden Roos and sustains injuries?
5. What act must the Queen Mother put on during her visit to France?
6. What happens for Thady that lets him know his plans may begin?
7. What ulterior motives does Oonagh have when she agrees to beginning a relationship with O'LiamRoe?
8. Why does Lymond have a discussion with Abernaci regarding poisons he has for the elephants?
9. What is learned about O'LiamRoe's attraction to Oonagh?
10. What disappoints the Queen Mother about Lymond and what alter ego does Lymond reveal?
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