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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What are church officials willing to do if Joan does not submit to their demands during trial?
(a) Continue the trial until she does submit.
(b) Hand her over to secular authorities.
(c) Damn her soul to hell.
(d) Torture her until she begs forgiveness.
2. How does Joan react to her colleagues' lack of enthusiasm for her plan to go to Paris in Scene 5?
(a) She agrees with them.
(b) She takes what they say into consideration and decides to go home.
(c) She takes what they say into consideration and decides to seek battle elsewhere.
(d) She ignores their admonitions.
3. In Scene 4, Joan's individualism threatens what?
(a) The church and state infrastructure.
(b) The male domination of the military.
(c) The weak bonds between the Dauphin and his advisers.
(d) The English army's hold over the French people.
4. In Scene 4, what are the nobleman and the chaplain bemoaning?
(a) The lack of space in the encampment.
(b) The French spies and their ability to gain access to the English encampment.
(c) The English army's continuing list of battles lost to the French.
(d) The uncomfortable living conditions at the camp.
5. In Scene 5, why is the king concerned about the lack of state funds?
(a) He cannot give Joan the military support she needs when she travels to Paris.
(b) They would be unable to afford a wedding feast.
(c) He cannot afford to pay the troops.
(d) If Joan goes to battle in Paris and gets captured, he would be unable to pay her ransom.
6. In Scene 5, the French advisers give Joan an example of what happened to one young girl who stood up for her cause. Where was this woman?
(a) University of London.
(c) University of Athens.
(d) University of Paris.
7. In what month does Scene 6 open?
8. Which of the following is a reason the English label Joan a witch?
(a) Her power over animals.
(b) Her power over nature.
(c) The way she dresses.
(d) Her religious fervor.
9. Where does Joan want to go next in Scene 5?
(b) Cote' d'Azur.
10. The bishop thinks that Joan poses a threat to what?
(a) The Catholic Church.
(b) The French army.
(d) The English army.
11. Where in the cathedral do Joan and the officer have their conversation?
(a) In the reliquary.
(b) At the altar.
(c) In the gardens.
(d) In the vestibule.
12. What does Joan plan to do in Scene 5 now that she has returned victorious from the Siege at Orleans?
(a) To continue with the war.
(b) To return to the pastoral life she knew before going into battle.
(c) To convince the palace to make her queen.
(d) To quietly fade into the background.
13. In Scene 5, why does Joan want to go to Paris?
(a) To continue to spread her visionary message.
(b) To find one of her close friends.
(c) To release it from the English hold.
(d) To visit La Follies Berger.
14. In Scene 6, what is one of the reasons Joan says that she dresses in men's clothing?
(a) It is appropriate attire for battle.
(b) It is the only clothing available to her.
(c) She hates dresses.
(d) She prefers the comfort of men's clothing to that of women's clothing.
15. What did Joan alter through her military conquests?
(a) The French landscape.
(b) English attitudes toward women.
(c) The course of history for France.
(d) Church dogma.
Short Answer Questions
1. In Scene 5, Joan desires to take a certain path now that she has been successful in battle. Why does she want to take that path?
2. What kind of actions does Dunois say the attempts for Paris are?
3. In Scene 6, what do the church officials threaten Joan with when she refuses to recant?
4. Which of the following is a reason the English label Joan a witch?
5. In Scene 6, what does Joan risk by not submitting to the church officials' demands?
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