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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Why is Joan warned about sinning in Scene 5?
(a) She overeats at the banquet.
(b) She delineates her military successes for her audience.
(c) She continuously follows one of the French commanders.
(d) She refuses to get out of bed.
2. In Scene 4, the bishop holds out hope for ____________.
(a) The salvation of Joan's soul.
(b) The chance to burn Joan as a witch.
(c) A decent meal and a glass of fine wine.
(d) An English victory.
3. What is the name of the new King of France in Scene 5?
4. What do the church officials want Joan to admit to in Scene 6?
(b) Sins against the king.
5. In Scene 4, Joan's charisma and legendary exploits are perceived as a threat to ____________.
(a) The English king.
(b) The very structure of the Catholic Church.
(c) The feudal system.
(d) The Dauphin's chances to become king.
6. What is the fear created for the English by Joan aligning herself as an individual with the French King?
(a) That women might become powerful citizens.
(b) That the church might lose its power over the French monarchy.
(c) That individual citizens could be strengthened at the expense of the feudal system.
(d) That individual citizens might begin to band together in her support.
7. The church officials believe that Joan has committed violations against __________________.
(a) God and country.
(b) The French monarchy.
(c) The Catholic religion.
(d) The English monarchy.
8. What did Joan alter through her military conquests?
(a) The French landscape.
(b) English attitudes toward women.
(c) Church dogma.
(d) The course of history for France.
9. 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) Fear for her life.
(c) Disinterest since she ignored their advice.
(d) Concern for her lack of funding.
10. Joan is single-minded about ____________ once she has been successful at the Battle of Orleans.
(a) Her eagerness to get home.
(b) Her relationship with God.
(c) Her pursuit of war.
(d) Her purpose in life.
11. Two members of the English army camp are discussing Joan. What do they think she is?
(a) A saint.
(b) A con artist.
(c) A witch.
(d) A demon.
12. In Scene 4, the bishop is concerned about Joan's ___________.
(a) Amazing fighting abilities.
(b) Individualistic views.
(c) Supernatural powers.
(d) Influence on the French citizens.
13. What do the new king and his advisers think of Joan's advice in Scene 5?
(a) They think it is an excellent idea.
(b) They think she should pray about it and come back.
(c) They think she should stay out of matters of state.
(d) They think it is dangerous.
14. Where does the ceremony take place in Scene 5?
(a) The cathedral at Alsace.
(b) The cathedral at Rheims.
(c) The cathedral at Champagne.
(d) In the royal palace.
15. 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 heretic.
(c) That she is a spy.
(d) That she is a witch.
Short Answer Questions
1. What do the church officials believe their duty to Joan is?
2. In Scene 6, what does Joan have to do for the church officials to fulfill their commitment to Joan's soul?
3. Where is Joan imprisoned?
4. Why does the king turn down Joan's request to go to Paris in Scene 5?
5. The Dauphin goes through a ceremony in Scene 5. What is that ceremony?
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