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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What is Joan's suggestion to the king and his advisers in Scene 5?
(a) That they continue in war.
(b) That they make her queen.
(c) That they ally with Italy in a war against England.
(d) That they trust her in all matters of state.
2. Joan's demeanor during the trial is what?
3. What is one of the crimes Joan is to be tried for in Scene 6?
4. What do the church officials want Joan to admit to in Scene 6?
(d) Sins against the king.
5. In Scene 6, what is one of the crimes Joan is to be tried for?
(c) Public drunkenness.
6. To whom is Joan sold in Scene 6?
(a) The English.
(b) The Catholic Church.
(c) The Dauphin.
(d) The Spanish.
7. Joan discusses ___________ with a military officer while in the cathedral.
(a) Their upcoming nuptials.
(b) Their success in battle.
(c) The Dauphin's ceremony.
(d) The future.
8. 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?
(a) She is tired of war and wants to return home to her family.
(b) She has always wanted to be royalty.
(c) Her passion for war outweighs her desire to return to a life of boredom.
(d) She has tasted success and is now driven to become an important person in the castle.
9. How do the new king and his advisers feel about Joan in Scene 5?
(a) They wholly support her.
(b) They dislike her, but they respect her.
(c) Their feelings toward her are ambiguous.
(d) They feel like she is an intruder in their presence.
10. Which of the following is a reason the English label Joan a witch?
(a) Her religious fervor.
(b) The way she dresses.
(c) Her power over nature.
(d) Her power over animals.
11. In Scene 4, the bishop holds out hope for ____________.
(a) The chance to burn Joan as a witch.
(b) A decent meal and a glass of fine wine.
(c) The salvation of Joan's soul.
(d) An English victory.
12. The church officials believe that Joan has committed violations against __________________.
(a) The Catholic religion.
(b) The French monarchy.
(c) The English monarchy.
(d) God and country.
13. Why does the king turn down Joan's request to go to Paris in Scene 5?
(a) He is tired of war.
(b) He wants to make her queen.
(c) The state coffers are empty.
(d) He wants her to go home to her family.
14. In Scene 4, Joan's charisma and legendary exploits are perceived as a threat to ____________.
(a) The very structure of the Catholic Church.
(b) The English king.
(c) The Dauphin's chances to become king.
(d) The feudal system.
15. In Scene 4, what are the nobleman and the chaplain bemoaning?
(a) The uncomfortable living conditions at the camp.
(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 lack of space in the encampment.
Short Answer Questions
1. Where does Joan want to go next in Scene 5?
2. Who is responsible for Joan's situation in the beginning of Scene 6?
3. In Scene 4, it is believed that __________ about Joan may cause the common individuals to defect.
4. What has led to the ceremony at the cathedral in Scene 5?
5. The bishop thinks that Joan poses a threat to what?
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