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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 is the result of the duel?
(a) Lord d'Aubigny forfeits.
(b) Lymond forfeits.
(c) Lymonds gravely injures Lord d'Aubigny.
(d) Lymond kills Lord d'Aubigny.
2. Robin had made a pledge to _____________________.
(a) Return to France for punishment.
(b) Hang himself.
(c) Starve himself to death.
(d) Convert to Catholicism.
3. Why do the arrows not pierce Lymond's skin?
(a) He is able to dodge the arrows.
(b) He is wearing a metal vest underneath his clothes.
(c) He is wearing armor.
(d) He is wearing chain mail.
4. Who believes Lord d'Aubigny's denial that John Stewart was part of the assassination plan?
(a) Mary de Guise.
(d) The King of France.
5. It is decided that Robin will be exposed during the _______________________.
(a) Moat festivities.
(b) King's birthday celebration.
(c) Summer solstice.
(d) Winter holidays.
Short Answer Questions
1. Where is Lymond's body left after the hotel fire?
2. Lymond has been injured and captured by whom?
3. Robin is put in the arena to fight a __________________.
4. Richard knows that when Lymond leaves for Ireland, _____________ would take Lymond's place as Mary's protector.
5. What does the Queen Mother drop into the arena?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does O'LiamRoe unwittingly stumble upon information related to the plot to kill Queen Mary?
2. How is the statement regarding a dog not being fed or being fed by a trespasser relevant for this chapter?
3. 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?
4. What role does satire play in the story, and especially in Lymond's life?
5. What happens at court when it is believed that Lymond is dead?
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. 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?
9. Who is Antonius Beck? What does Lymond ask Michel Herisson to do regarding Beck?
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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