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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. What does the King offer to Thady as a gesture of thanks for diverting the elephants?
(a) Dinner with the King.
(b) A courtier position.
(c) Gold coins.
(d) A castle and land.
2. Jenny Fleming has come to view a plaster ________________.
3. Who is Oonagh?
(a) O'LiamRoe's niece.
(b) A Scottish seamstress.
(c) Mary de Guise's lady in waiting.
(d) John Stewart's wife.
4. Lymond talks to Abernaci about the ________________ he has for the elephants.
5. Why does Oonagh agree to start a relationship with a certain man?
(a) To live with him in Scotland.
(b) To make another man jealous.
(c) To marry a wealthy man.
(d) To convince him to leave France.
Short Answer Questions
1. Why do the Rouennois not notice the entrance of the Irish?
2. What spooks the horses in the parade?
3. Sir George wants Lymond to help him acquire the position of ________________.
4. How does the leveret die?
5. Where does the French court arrive in Part Two: Dangerous Juggles: II: Blois: Red Tracks in the Wood?
Short Essay Questions
1. Who saves the ship when it crashes into another ship called the Gouden Roos and sustains injuries?
2. What life-threatening secret is Lymond forced to keep as he performs and entertains at court one night?
3. In what way does Robin Stewart stand up to John Stewart?
4. What are Queen Mary and Jenny doing at the beginning of this chapter?
5. What information is provided at the beginning of the book to help the reader understand the characters and setting?
6. What does this chapter reveal about what is going on behind the scenes of the story?
7. What does Lymond learn about the cheetah from yesterday's hunt?
8. What is the role of Mary de Guise, and why does she require the services of Crawford of Lymond?
9. What is learned about O'LiamRoe's attraction to Oonagh?
10. Explain how O'LiamRoe is duped into an unfortunate encounter with the King and what the King's reaction is.
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