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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 do Catalina and Arthur enter the church on?
(a) A raised platform.
(b) A gilded carriage.
(d) A red carpet.
2. When Arthur realizes what Catalina did to avoid sleeping with him, what does he vow?
(a) To have their marriage annulled.
(b) Never to speak to her again.
(c) To love her anyway.
(d) To have her beaten.
3. What is Catalina given to survive on while living on the Strand?
(a) An inheritance from Arthur.
(b) An allowance.
(c) Some items to pawn.
4. On what day is Arthur buried?
(a) Christmas Day.
(b) St. George's Day.
(c) St. Stephen's Day.
5. How old is Catalina when she is sent away to be married?
(a) Twenty years old.
(b) Fifteen years old.
(c) Seventeen years old.
(d) Thirteen years old.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Catalina wonder about the house that she is taken to live at on the Strand?
2. What does Catalina wish for Arthur to know about her?
3. What disappoints Catalina about Ludlow Castle?
4. Who had held a stronger claim to the throne than King Henry did?
5. What does Catalina do to avoid sleeping with Arthur in Chapter 4?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Catalina think of Ludlow Castle?
2. What is Catalina and Arthur's relationship like at the beginning of the chapter, "Oxford, Christmas 1501"?
3. What is Arthur's final request of Catalina before his death?
4. What does Catalina have a love for at the palace at Granada?
5. How does Catalina's mother keep her husband's affairs in check?
6. What does Catalina think about the future on her way to London?
7. What does Catalina tell Doña Elvira their two options are now that Arthur is dead?
8. How does Catalina offend her sister-in-law in "London, 14th November, 1501"?
9. What is promised by the conquering Spaniards in "Granada"?
10. What political effect does King Henry hope Catalina and Arthur's marriage will have?
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