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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. It is learned that Oonagh is the mistress of whom?
(a) Cormac O'Connor.
(b) The King.
2. Where is Queen Mary to be killed?
(a) In her bed.
(b) Eating breakfast.
(c) On the lake.
(d) On her horse.
3. O'LiamRoe asks Lymond to convince Robin to talk to ______________ or Lymond.
(a) Margaret Lennox.
(c) Sir George.
4. Who does Robin enlist to give the information he has about the next assassination attempt to Lymond?
(a) Peter Dawson.
(b) Pippa DuBarry.
(c) Philip Doane.
(d) Piedar Dooly.
5. With whom has O'LiamRoe been having a flirtatious relationship for weeks?
(a) Matilda Legrand.
(b) Madeline Lemieux.
(c) Margaret Lennox.
(d) Marie Lymon.
Short Answer Questions
1. Richard and the Erskines try to find out who, besides _______________, was set on killing Lymond and Queen Mary.
2. Who does Oonagh tell O'LiamRoe is the other henchman involved in the murder plot?
3. Who does Lymond seduce on a festive evening?
4. Why is Richard so upset with Lymond?
5. Where is Lymond's body left after the hotel fire?
Short Essay Questions
1. Who does Lymond tell Richard is the would-be assassin? How does Lymond know this?
2. What is Robin's sentence for his part in the plot to murder Queen Mary? Why will the sentence not be carried out?
3. What secret agreement do O'LiamRoe and Robin make?
4. What did Lymond spend much of his time doing in this chapter regarding the Stewarts?
5. Why is the riddle about dissolving verbal contracts relevant for Robin?
6. Name some direct and indirect examples that support the riddle regarding a woman who gives herself up to a man because of what he has to offer her.
7. What does Lymond learn about who is conspiring against him and Queen Mary and why it is necessary for Lymond to die?
8. How does O'LiamRoe enjoy the English court and what is the one aspect of the French court that is still of interest to him?
9. Who is the man the author refers to in the riddle about fasting? Why should this man have maintained his plan to starve himself to death?
10. How can the riddle of putting a horse in a dangerous situation also apply to the deadly situation going on at court?
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