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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 the only thing that Sir Orfeo takes with him on his journey?
(a) A beggar's cloak.
(b) A sack.
(c) A staff.
(d) A robe of mourning.
2. How many damsels go to get Lady Heurodis and bring her back to the castle after her nap?
3. When does the Green Knight accuse Sir Gawain of failing?
(a) On the day he entered his castle.
(b) The thrid day.
(c) On the day he accepted the vow.
(d) On the day he left the castle.
4. When Sir Gawain bends in front of the Green Knight to bear his neck, what sign does he refrain from showing?
5. Why does the narrator of "Pearl" say that "I dared not wade"?
(a) The water is too swift.
(b) The water is too deep.
(c) The water is too black.
(d) The water beckons too eagerly.
Short Answer Questions
1. How does the narrator of "Pearl" describe the forehead of the girl he wishes to call to?
2. What does Sir Orfeo say has torn Lady Heurodis's face?
3. When Sir Gawain finds an old cavern, covered in green patches, who does he say lives there?
4. What does Sir Gawain ask the Green Knight to "deal" him?
5. What does Sir Gawain say feels the "Fiend 'tis himself"?
Short Essay Questions
1. How is the narrator's pearl compared to Jerusalem's Lamb?
2. What does "the lord" tell Sir Gawain will happen if he goes to the Green Chapel?
3. What happens when Sir Orfeo plays his harp in the woods?
4. What happens when Sir Orfeo sees Lady Heurodis on horseback?
5. Why does Pearl say that the narrator is not a gentle jeweler?
6. What does Sir Gawain do on New Year's day as he rises?
7. Why is the Green Knight green?
8. What does Pearl say happens to all whom enter the kingdom of God?
9. Why is the narrator of "Pearl" so enamored with the pearl that he speaks of in the introduction?
10. What does "the lord" say regarding his refusal to accompany Sir Gawain to the chapel?
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