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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What is the name of the new King of France in Scene 5?
2. Where in the cathedral do Joan and the officer have their conversation?
(a) In the gardens.
(b) In the reliquary.
(c) In the vestibule.
(d) At the altar.
3. 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.
4. The Dauphin goes through a ceremony in Scene 5. What is that ceremony?
(a) His wedding to a Spanish princess.
(b) His baptism into Christianity.
(c) The baptism of his first born son.
(d) He is crowned King of France.
5. What has happened to Joan in the beginning of Scene 6?
(a) She has been taken to jail.
(b) She has been wounded.
(c) She has been bought.
(d) She has gone home.
6. In Scene 5, why does Joan want to go to Paris?
(a) To visit La Follies Berger.
(b) To find one of her close friends.
(c) To release it from the English hold.
(d) To continue to spread her visionary message.
7. What is Joan fixed on after the Battle of Orleans?
(a) Her plan to confront the King of England.
(b) Her plan to liberate Paris.
(c) Her plan to build her own church.
(d) Her plan to return home to her family.
8. What has led to the ceremony at the cathedral in Scene 5?
(a) The miraculous birth of the Dauphin's first born son.
(b) Joan's intervention and military success.
(c) The Dauphin's arranged engagement to a Spanish princess.
(d) Joan's visions and success convinced the Dauphin to become a Christian.
9. Where is Joan imprisoned?
(a) Buckingham palace.
(b) In a crude jail outside of Paris.
(c) The Rouen castle.
(d) In an oubliette.
10. What did Joan alter through her military conquests?
(a) The course of history for France.
(b) English attitudes toward women.
(c) The French landscape.
(d) Church dogma.
11. What happens to one young woman who stands up for Joan's cause?
(a) She was burned at the stake.
(b) She was beheaded.
(c) She was thrown in jail.
(d) She was excommunicated from the Catholic Church.
12. Which of the following is a reason the English label Joan a witch?
(a) Her religious fervor.
(b) Her power over animals.
(c) Her power over nature.
(d) The way she dresses.
13. What happens to Joan when she refuses to admit guilt in Scene 6?
(a) She is banished from France and sent to Spain.
(b) She is given an extension on her trial and sent back to jail.
(c) She is sentenced to be hung until she is dead.
(d) She is immediately led to the stake and burned to death.
14. In Scene 6, what does Joan risk by not submitting to the church officials' demands?
(b) Being tortured.
(c) Lifelong imprisonment.
15. In Scene 4, the bishop holds out hope for ____________.
(a) An English victory.
(b) The chance to burn Joan as a witch.
(c) A decent meal and a glass of fine wine.
(d) The salvation of Joan's soul.
Short Answer Questions
1. Which of the following is a reason the English label Joan a witch?
2. Why do the nobleman and the chaplain believe that Joan should be burned?
3. What do the officials in Scene 6 discuss before Joan is brought into the courtroom?
4. Which of the following is a reason the English label Joan a witch?
5. 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?
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