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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 would the ships be hastened by in Scene 3?
(a) Their talented oarsmen.
(b) An outbound current.
(c) A favorable wind.
(d) The presence of their commander.
2. Who is the Dauphin's head of church in Scene 2?
(a) Archbishop de Vaucouleurs.
(b) Father Dunois.
(c) Archbishop of Rheims.
(d) Cardinal de la Courte.
3. In Scene 1, what does Robert hope Joan will do for the troops?
(a) Inspire them to battle the Russians.
(b) Bolster morale and purpose.
(c) Treat their wounds.
(d) Bring them food and water.
4. In what room does Joan meet with the Dauphin?
(a) The throne room.
(b) The treasury.
(c) The military strategy room.
(d) The kitchen.
5. How does the Dauphin feel about Joan's convictions in Scene 2?
Short Answer Questions
1. In Scene 3, what is the goal of the French army?
2. Why does the French commander not allow Joan to move forward to attack?
3. In Scene 1, whose voices does Joan claim to hear?
4. In Scene 2, what does Joan ask God for?
5. Who is the Dauphin's military adviser?
Short Essay Questions
1. What happens to the Dauphin at the beginning of Scene 5, and who is responsible for it?
2. What are the Archbishop of Rheims and Lord Chamberlain de la Tremouille discussing while they wait for the Dauphin's arrival in Scene 2?
3. What is the setting for the play, and what is the location for the opening of the play?
4. In Scene 4, another man joins the conversation between the nobleman and the chaplain. Who is he and what are his beliefs about and intentions for Joan?
5. What is Joan's first reaction to the church officials' demands for her to recant at her trial?
6. After her victory at Orleans, what are Joan's intentions outlined in Scene 5?
7. How do Joan's colleagues feel about her final decision to liberate Paris?
8. How does Joan react to the advice given by her colleagues in Scene 5?
9. What is the additional charge brought against Joan in Scene 6, and what is her reaction to that charge?
10. How do the nobleman and the chaplain feel about Joan, and how do they feel she should be treated?
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