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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What has happened to Joan in the beginning of Scene 6?
(a) She has been bought.
(b) She has been wounded.
(c) She has gone home.
(d) She has been taken to jail.
2. What is one emotion felt by Joan's colleagues when she makes her final decision about the battle in Paris?
(a) Disdain for her pride.
(b) Concern for her lack of funding.
(c) Disinterest since she ignored their advice.
(d) Fear for her life.
3. In Scene 4, what are the nobleman and the chaplain bemoaning?
(a) The French spies and their ability to gain access to the English encampment.
(b) The lack of space in the encampment.
(c) The uncomfortable living conditions at the camp.
(d) The English army's continuing list of battles lost to the French.
4. The church officials believe that Joan has committed violations against __________________.
(a) The French monarchy.
(b) God and country.
(c) The English monarchy.
(d) The Catholic religion.
5. What do the church officials believe their duty to Joan is?
(a) To save her soul.
(b) To save her life.
(c) To see her banished from France.
(d) To save her reputation.
6. The third man to join the discussion about Joan in Scene 4 disagrees with the first two men and their assessment of Joan. What does he believe about Joan instead?
(a) That she is a saint.
(b) That she is a spy.
(c) That she is a heretic.
(d) That she is a witch.
7. What did Joan alter through her military conquests?
(a) The French landscape.
(b) Church dogma.
(c) English attitudes toward women.
(d) The course of history for France.
8. 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 trust her in all matters of state.
(d) That they ally with Italy in a war against England.
9. 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) Her passion for war outweighs her desire to return to a life of boredom.
(c) She has tasted success and is now driven to become an important person in the castle.
(d) She has always wanted to be royalty.
10. In Scene 5, why does Joan want to go to Paris?
(a) To release it from the English hold.
(b) To continue to spread her visionary message.
(c) To find one of her close friends.
(d) To visit La Follies Berger.
11. In the beginning of Scene 6, how long has Joan's trial lasted?
(a) Two days.
(b) Eleven days.
(c) Eleven weeks.
(d) Six weeks.
12. What is Joan fixed on after the Battle of Orleans?
(a) Her plan to build her own church.
(b) Her plan to confront the King of England.
(c) Her plan to liberate Paris.
(d) Her plan to return home to her family.
13. Joan is single-minded about ____________ once she has been successful at the Battle of Orleans.
(a) Her eagerness to get home.
(b) Her pursuit of war.
(c) Her relationship with God.
(d) Her purpose in life.
14. In Scene 6, an additional charge is brought against Joan for what?
(a) Disrespect to royalty.
(b) Treason against England.
(c) Imitating a church official.
(d) Dressing in men's clothing.
15. Who warns Joan that she is perilously close to a sin in her eagerness to continue battling?
(a) The Archbishop.
(b) The Dauphin.
(c) The priest at Rheims.
(d) The Pope.
Short Answer Questions
1. In Scene 6, Joan gives two reasons for dressing in men's clothing. Which of these is one of those reasons?
2. What sin is Joan warned about giving in to in Scene 5?
3. In Scene 4, Joan's individualism threatens what?
4. What are church officials willing to do if Joan does not submit to their demands during trial?
5. What do the Englishmen intend to do to Joan once she is captured?
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