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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What is the fear created for the English by Joan aligning herself as an individual with the French King?
(a) That individual citizens could be strengthened at the expense of the feudal system.
(b) That individual citizens might begin to band together in her support.
(c) That women might become powerful citizens.
(d) That the church might lose its power over the French monarchy.
2. What do the church officials want Joan to admit to in Scene 6?
(a) Sins against the king.
3. Why do the nobleman and the chaplain believe that Joan should be burned?
(a) For her outright displays of disrespect to the English.
(b) For no reason at all.
(c) For what they consider treason.
(d) For what they consider her supernatural powers.
4. 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 quietly fade into the background.
(c) To convince the palace to make her queen.
(d) To return to the pastoral life she knew before going into battle.
5. What sin is Joan warned about giving in to in Scene 5?
6. Which of the following is a reason the English label Joan a witch?
(a) Her disconcerting political views.
(b) The dedication the French army shows towards her.
(c) The Dauphin's unquestioning belief in her.
(d) Her strong sense of feminism.
7. Joan is single-minded about ____________ once she has been successful at the Battle of Orleans.
(a) Her purpose in life.
(b) Her pursuit of war.
(c) Her eagerness to get home.
(d) Her relationship with God.
8. With whom is Joan carrying on a discussion in Scene 5 while in the cathedral?
(a) The Dauphin.
(b) Robert de Baudricourt.
(c) The Archbishop.
9. In Scene 6, what is one of the crimes Joan is to be tried for?
(a) Public drunkenness.
10. Who are the Englishmen who are discussing Joan in Scene 4?
(a) The King of England and the English commander.
(b) The English commander and his second-in-command.
(c) Two calvary officers.
(d) A nobleman and a chaplain.
11. Where does Joan want to go next in Scene 5?
(d) Cote' d'Azur.
12. In Scene 4, where are the two men who are discussing Joan?
(a) In a castle in the Loire valley.
(b) In a French army camp.
(c) In the midst of a battlefield.
(d) In an English army camp.
13. In Scene 4, it is believed that __________ about Joan may cause the common individuals to defect.
(a) Her miraculous raising of the dead.
(b) The way she gets along with the common people.
(c) Her charismatic traits.
(d) Her beatific visions.
14. In Scene 4, the bishop holds out hope for ____________.
(a) The chance to burn Joan as a witch.
(b) An English victory.
(c) The salvation of Joan's soul.
(d) A decent meal and a glass of fine wine.
15. What happens to one young woman who stands up for Joan's cause?
(a) She was beheaded.
(b) She was burned at the stake.
(c) She was excommunicated from the Catholic Church.
(d) She was thrown in jail.
Short Answer Questions
1. Where is Joan imprisoned?
2. What happens to Joan when she refuses to admit guilt in Scene 6?
3. In Scene 4, the bishop is concerned about Joan's ___________.
4. In Scene 4, what are the nobleman and the chaplain bemoaning?
5. Joan discusses ___________ with a military officer while in the cathedral.
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