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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Scene 6.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. In Scene 2, what do the men do when Joan raises her sword?
(a) Run away.
(b) Fall to their knees.
(c) Ask for her forgiveness.
2. There is an officer in Scene 2 nicknamed "Bluebeard." Why is that his nickname?
(a) His mother gave him that nickname as a baby.
(b) There is a rumor that he has killed his former wives and buried them in the basement.
(c) His beard is an odd shade of gray that looks bluish.
(d) He dyes his facial hair blue.
3. In Scene 2, what example is given of Joan's spiritual fortitude?
(a) A vision of the Virgin Mary scene on a hillside next to Joan's house.
(b) Joan's dedication to seeing the Archbishop of Rheims crowned as king.
(c) Joan's refusal to enter the cathedral in her armor.
(d) The drowning of a man who refused to stop taking the Lord's name in vain.
4. What is the fear created for the English by Joan aligning herself as an individual with the French King?
(a) That the church might lose its power over the French monarchy.
(b) That individual citizens could be strengthened at the expense of the feudal system.
(c) That women might become powerful citizens.
(d) That individual citizens might begin to band together in her support.
5. In Scene 2, what subject is being discussed by the Archbishop and Lord Chamberlain de la Tremouille?
(a) The dour state of France.
(b) Financial matters of state.
(c) What to have for dinner.
(d) A plan to overthrow the Dauphin.
Short Answer Questions
1. Why do the nobleman and the chaplain believe that Joan should be burned?
2. What is Joan traveling to do in Scene 2?
3. Joan is single-minded about ____________ once she has been successful at the Battle of Orleans.
4. The church officials believe that Joan has committed violations against __________________.
5. In Scene 2, who tries to trick Joan into thinking he is the Dauphin?
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