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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What is the name of the new King of France in Scene 5?
2. 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 uncomfortable living conditions at the camp.
(c) The English army's continuing list of battles lost to the French.
(d) The lack of space in the encampment.
3. In Scene 5, why is the king concerned about the lack of state funds?
(a) If Joan goes to battle in Paris and gets captured, he would be unable to pay her ransom.
(b) He cannot afford to pay the troops.
(c) They would be unable to afford a wedding feast.
(d) He cannot give Joan the military support she needs when she travels to Paris.
4. In Scene 4, where are the two men who are discussing Joan?
(a) In a French army camp.
(b) In an English army camp.
(c) In the midst of a battlefield.
(d) In a castle in the Loire valley.
5. How do the new king and his advisers feel about Joan in Scene 5?
(a) They wholly support her.
(b) Their feelings toward her are ambiguous.
(c) They dislike her, but they respect her.
(d) They feel like she is an intruder in their presence.
6. What does Joan plan to do in Scene 5 now that she has returned victorious from the Siege at Orleans?
(a) To quietly fade into the background.
(b) To convince the palace to make her queen.
(c) To return to the pastoral life she knew before going into battle.
(d) To continue with the war.
7. In Scene 4, the bishop holds out hope for ____________.
(a) A decent meal and a glass of fine wine.
(b) The salvation of Joan's soul.
(c) An English victory.
(d) The chance to burn Joan as a witch.
8. Who is responsible for Joan's situation in the beginning of Scene 6?
(a) The Parisians.
(b) The Alsacians.
(c) The Burgundians.
(d) The Greeks.
9. What is one emotion felt by Joan's colleagues when she makes her final decision about the battle in Paris?
(a) Disinterest since she ignored their advice.
(b) Fear for her life.
(c) Disdain for her pride.
(d) Concern for her lack of funding.
10. Which of the following is a reason the English label Joan a witch?
(a) The way she dresses.
(b) Her power over nature.
(c) Her religious fervor.
(d) Her power over animals.
11. 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 has tasted success and is now driven to become an important person in the castle.
(b) She is tired of war and wants to return home to her family.
(c) Her passion for war outweighs her desire to return to a life of boredom.
(d) She has always wanted to be royalty.
12. To whom is Joan sold in Scene 6?
(a) The English.
(b) The Catholic Church.
(c) The Spanish.
(d) The Dauphin.
13. Where does the ceremony take place in Scene 5?
(a) In the royal palace.
(b) The cathedral at Alsace.
(c) The cathedral at Champagne.
(d) The cathedral at Rheims.
14. Why do the nobleman and the chaplain believe that Joan should be burned?
(a) For what they consider her supernatural powers.
(b) For no reason at all.
(c) For her outright displays of disrespect to the English.
(d) For what they consider treason.
15. 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 it is dangerous.
(d) They think she should stay out of matters of state.
Short Answer Questions
1. In Scene 4, the bishop is concerned about Joan's ___________.
2. In what year does Scene 6 open?
3. In Scene 4, Joan's charisma and legendary exploits are perceived as a threat to ____________.
4. With whom is Joan carrying on a discussion in Scene 5 while in the cathedral?
5. In Scene 6, an additional charge is brought against Joan for what?
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