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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. In Scene 4, the bishop holds out hope for ____________.
(a) A decent meal and a glass of fine wine.
(b) An English victory.
(c) The chance to burn Joan as a witch.
(d) The salvation of Joan's soul.
2. In Scene 5, what is one of the emotions felt by Joan's colleagues when she makes her final decision about the battle in Paris?
(a) Bored with her lectures.
(b) Awe for her convictions.
(c) Afraid of her power.
(d) Happy for common sense.
3. Joan's demeanor during the trial is what?
4. In what month does Scene 6 open?
5. What is one of the crimes Joan is to be tried for in Scene 6?
6. What happens to Joan when she refuses to admit guilt in Scene 6?
(a) She is sentenced to be hung until she is dead.
(b) She is immediately led to the stake and burned to death.
(c) She is banished from France and sent to Spain.
(d) She is given an extension on her trial and sent back to jail.
7. In Scene 6, what occurs before Joan is brought into the courtroom?
(a) The courtroom fills with spectators.
(b) Joan is whipped and dressed in rags.
(c) Joan's supposed crimes are announced to the assemblage.
(d) The noblemen and church officials debate.
8. How do the new king and his advisers feel about Joan in Scene 5?
(a) Their feelings toward her are ambiguous.
(b) They feel like she is an intruder in their presence.
(c) They wholly support her.
(d) They dislike her, but they respect her.
9. In Scene 4, Joan's charisma and legendary exploits are perceived as a threat to ____________.
(a) The English king.
(b) The Dauphin's chances to become king.
(c) The very structure of the Catholic Church.
(d) The feudal system.
10. Who joins the discussion the two men in the English camp are having about Joan in Scene 4?
(a) A soldier.
(b) A bishop.
(c) The Dauphin.
(d) A French spy.
11. In Scene 4, Joan's individualism threatens what?
(a) The weak bonds between the Dauphin and his advisers.
(b) The male domination of the military.
(c) The church and state infrastructure.
(d) The English army's hold over the French people.
12. To whom is Joan sold in Scene 6?
(a) The English.
(b) The Catholic Church.
(c) The Dauphin.
(d) The Spanish.
13. Which of the following is a reason the English label Joan a witch?
(a) Her unprecedented military prowess.
(b) Her visions.
(c) Her ability to see the future.
(d) Her supernatural powers.
14. In Scene 6, what is one of the reasons Joan says that she dresses in men's clothing?
(a) She hates dresses.
(b) It is appropriate attire for battle.
(c) It is the only clothing available to her.
(d) She prefers the comfort of men's clothing to that of women's clothing.
15. Where does Joan want to go next in Scene 5?
(d) Cote' d'Azur.
Short Answer Questions
1. In Scene 6, an additional charge is brought against Joan for what?
2. What has happened to Joan in the beginning of Scene 6?
3. In the beginning of Scene 6, how long has Joan's trial lasted?
4. What nationality is the person leading the French army?
5. With whom is Joan carrying on a discussion in Scene 5 while in the cathedral?
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