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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What is one of the attributes given to Joan in Scene 3 that is considered verification of her reputation?
(a) Domineering personality.
(b) Physical prowess.
(c) Physical beauty.
(d) Mental acuity.
2. In Scene 1, the castle is described as located on a river between which two cities?
(a) Marseille and Lyon.
(b) Champagne and Lorraine.
(c) Toulouse and Nice.
(d) Montpellier and Bordeaux.
3. In Scene 3, what is one of the attributes Joan is given that is considered verification of her reputation?
(a) A quiet strength.
(b) Spiritual courage.
(c) Easy-going nature.
(d) Incredible insight.
4. Who informs Robert of the hens' recovery in Scene 1?
(a) His wife.
(c) A disembodied voice.
(d) His steward.
5. What has happened to the French army in the beginning of Scene 3?
(a) They have stalled.
(b) They have been defeated by the English.
(c) Their morale has dropped.
(d) They have deserted the cause.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who is the Dauphin's head of church in Scene 2?
2. In Scene 2, what does Joan ask God for?
3. What is the second item that Robert gives to Joan in Scene 1?
4. In Scene 2, what do the men do when Joan raises her sword?
5. In Scene 2, who schemes to trick Joan?
Short Essay Questions
1. In Scene 3, what is troubling the French army commander, Dunois?
2. In the king's dream, who interrupts the men discussing their personal trials and for what reason does he interrupt them?
3. What is the purpose of Joan's visit to the castle in the beginning of Scene 1?
4. In Scene 3, the attitude toward Joan and her supposed powers is variable. How do the men in the castles feel about Joan? How do the men in the trenches with Joan feel about her?
5. In Scene 5, why doesn't Joan want to return home after her success at Orleans?
6. After Joan identifies the true Dauphin in Scene 2, what does she tell the Dauphin, and how does he react?
7. In Scene 5, what do Joan's colleagues tell her about in order to dissuade her from continuing war against the English?
8. How do the nobleman and the chaplain feel about Joan, and how do they feel she should be treated?
9. In Scene 1, what makes Joan think she is doing God's work? What does Robert think of her assertions?
10. Explain what happens to the men in the king's dream who participated in the trial and execution of Joan of Arc.
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